Women's SPORTS Then and Now

Weber, Ben
March 2001
Scholastic Scope;3/12/2001, Vol. 49 Issue 13, p12
Reports developments in women's sports in the United States. Comparison between the past and present involvement of women in sports; Proven capabilities of women in the field athletics; Skills and abilities of women in basketball; Competitiveness of women in tennis.


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