- THE HORRID STATE OF RAINBOW ATHLETICS
- THE RISE OF RAINBOW ATHLETICS
So why not, too, the University of Hawaii, an organization I joined in 1972, and 43 years later still maintain a full office on the Manoa Campus? When you are at these depths, the timing is optimal to make a miracle recovery. All it will take is one spark, equivalent to the Big Bang.
- Arrangements can surely be made for President David Lassner to spend a night on Lanai, and intermediates should be able to arrange a dinner with Larry Ellison, who owns the island and much on it.
- At some ideal moment, Lassner asks Ellison: You know a lot of people, can you recommend someone who we might recruit as our next athletic director?
- Don't ask for a penny. Pay for the dinner if possible.
- Come home.
- T. Boone Pickens, dropped off the list and was last listed at a worth of $950,000.
- #35 Phil Knight, $22 billion.
- #3 Larry Ellison, $52 billion.
Remember the Bob Hope Classic? That was last week: The Humana Challenge, associated with the Clinton Foundation. Okay, I appreciate that Hope is long dead and the five-day event is now four and long gone from Doral, plus Bill Clinton is famous. But The Masters is still called The Masters. The Open Championship at St. Andrews this year is still The Open Championship. Incidentally, all golf courses should add cheering/jeering sections, with cheerleaders. Well, then, again, maybe not.