The eternal example

December 1992
Sports Illustrated;12/21/92, Vol. 77 Issue 26, p16
Profiles retired tennis pro Arthur Ashe, the `Sports Illustrated' sportsman of the year for 1992. Ashe and a South African tennis tournament in 1973; Small concessions inclining toward larger ones; Ashe's work with many charities; Ashe and AIDS; Learning etiquette and unshakable Oriental calm; Sports and vulnerable black male adolescents; Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, and Ashe; `USA Today' and being forced to go public with AIDS; More.


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