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Argues that Billie Jean King's 1973 defeat of male player Bobby Riggs in tennis' Battle of the Sexes match helped, along with the passage of the Title IX anti-sex discrimination act, cause a revolution in women's sports.
ISBN10 : 0807834548 , ISBN13 : 9780807834541
Page Number : 282
Long-awaited reissue of the first part of the classic spy trilogy, GAME, SET and MATCH, when the Berlin Wall divided not just a city but a world.
ISBN10 : 9780007387182 , ISBN13 : 0007387180
Page Number : 336
Publisher Fact Sheet Looks at the entire negotiation process from the all-important, but often overlooked, initial planning stages, through opening negotiations, mid-game, end game, & follow up.
ISBN10 : 0970597029 , ISBN13 : 9780970597021
Page Number : 360
Charlie Jones and Kim Doren are rapidly becoming admired authors of sports advice. Following their popular golf instruction book, Be The Ball: A Golf Instruction Book For The Mind, Game, Set, Match gives tennis players everywhere the inside track on how the stars prepare for their games. Many of the
ISBN10 : 9780740786716 , ISBN13 : 0740786717
Page Number : 208
James Patrick Wilbanks background, experience, and success in the arena of tennis, including playing and teaching, coupled with his creative mindset resulted in Game, Set, Match-Life, a novel that is set in the tennis world. It tells the story of a young tennis player named Nicky who began playing t
ISBN10 : 059589027X , ISBN13 : 9780595890279
Page Number : 108
Combines three fast-moving spy thrillers that feature the smooth, cynical British agent Bernard Samson--"Berlin Game," "Mexico Set," and "London Match"--in an epic tale of international treachery and intrigue
ISBN10 : 0394572351 , ISBN13 : 9780394572352
Page Number : 857
"A biography of African American tennis champion Arthur Ashe, a pioneering minority athlete known for his character, sportsmanship, and activism in social causes such as civil rights and HIV/AIDS awareness. Includes an afterword, author's note, and photographs"--Provided by publisher.
ISBN10 : 1600603661 , ISBN13 : 9781600603662
Page Number : 48