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Published July 17, 1995
STEFFI GRAF may leave Germany so she can "concentrate totally" on tennis. She is under investigation by German tax authorities (Mult., 7/17). Graf is dubbed a "loser" in this week's TIME "Chronicles" (TIME, 7/24 issue)....Former Nuggets President TIM LEIWEKE is a finalist to take over as new President of Colorado Ski Country U.S.A., the state's association of ski areas (DENVER POST, 7/15)....MIKE TYSON told Sunday's N.Y. DAILY NEWS that although he and DON KING have a good business relationship, the two are not friends (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 7/16)....BILL GOODSTEIN, agent for DARRYL STRAWBERRY and DWIGHT GOODEN, was profiled in Sunday's N.Y. DAILY NEWS: "The Ragin' Agent, Savior or Scoundrel" (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 7/16)....HIDEO NOMO, GREG NORMAN and TROY AIKMAN were featured on ESPN's "Up Close." Roy Firestone reported that Nomo has been signed by Nike as well as a Japanese insurance company (ESPN, 7/14).