January 25, 1971 | Peter Carry
An Olympic hero is spending more time in federal courts than on basketball courts as two leagues and a flock of owners wage a far-reaching battle to decide which team he will play for, or if he should play at all
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,...
December 08, 1969
Arthur Ashe recently addressed the Women's National Democratic Club, urging its members to relate to the black community. "Try calling your maids by their last names," he suggested, "and put a 'Miss' or 'Mrs.' in...
November 24, 1969 | Frank Deford
July 21, 1969
BOATING—Olympic gold medalist RODNEY PATTISSON of Britain, sailing his Superdocious, won the first four races of the six-race Flying Dutchman world championship in Naples, Italy, then took a fifth place in the next...