Money to burn

Kirshenbaum, Jerry; O'Brien, Richard
February 1993
Sports Illustrated;2/22/93, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p22
Discusses money spent by the U.S. Olympic Committee on gatherings of officials. Comments from George Killian, the executive director of the National Junior College Athletic Association and president of FIBA, the international basketball federation; More.


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