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October 30, 1988 | STEVE SPRINGER, Times Staff Writer
Janet Evans slices through the water and America cheers. Florence Griffith Joyner races across the television screen and Madison Avenue applauds. Female athletes are in. They have become big time and command big bucks. But just beyond the glare of the Olympic flame, the glamour can fade quickly. Look beyond the stars of the Olympic Games, women's tennis and, to some extent, women's golf, and you'll find that no truce has been called in the battle for equality.
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October 30, 1988 | STEVE SPRINGER, Times Staff Writer
Janet Evans slices through the water and America cheers. Florence Griffith Joyner races across the television screen and Madison Avenue applauds. Female athletes are in. They have become big time and command big bucks. But just beyond the glare of the Olympic flame, the glamour can fade quickly. Look beyond the stars of the Olympic Games, women's tennis and, to some extent, women's golf, and you'll find that no truce has been called in the battle for equality.
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April 9, 1987 | STEVE ELLING, Times Staff Writer
"Sports is a man's domain. It's one of the last places women will be leaders." --Billie Jean King A group of teen-aged male fans, reclining in the stands of the Simi Valley High gym, were unanimous in their condemnation of the athletic endeavors of Lisa Leslie, a 6-4 center on Morningside High's girls basketball team.
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