We are glad to hear it, and we hope that now Wilt will go back to playing basketball as superbly as he has in the past and stop playing Hamlet. When, like Sarah Bernhardt, he said farewell in March only to return in August, the 7-foot-1 star claimed he was pushed around by opponents and referees because he is a Negro. There was no substantiation of these charges, which impugned reputable men, and it now appears that they were either inflated or baseless—a view given support by Wilt's decision to sign up for three years (and more money). We feel that any opponent or referee who discriminates against a Negro player dishonors sport. But we also feel that a Negro who makes exaggerated claims of prejudice does a disservice to his own people.