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July 01, 2002 | Tim Layden
$125Amount the Hawks have pledged to pay every season-ticket holder if the team fails to reach the NBA playoffs next season.
May 21, 2001 | Mark Beech
19Straight times, dating to the 2000 Masters, that the Dow Jones Industrials closed higher on the first trading day after Tiger Woods finished a U.S. golf tournament.
October 05, 1970
BOATING—In the most protracted and controversial defense of the America's Cup, INTREPID kept the trophy on U.S. shores by defeating Australia's game Gretel II four races to one in the finals off Newport, R.I. (page 12).
September 07, 1970 | Mark Mulvoy
Money talks, or so the Dow Jones corporation hoped. Looking for a way to make itself better known, the company sponsored the world's richest golf tournament—and dropped half a million dollars in the process
September 07, 1970 | J. Richard Munro
Being in the business of sport, we keep more than a casual eye on sport business in these days of inflession, and we are finding as many contradictory trends as the experts do in other economic areas. For example,...