NAMES IN THE NEWS
Published October 17, 1995
BONNIE BLAIR was honored as the Women's Sports Foundation's Sportswoman of the Year for the second consecutive year at the WSF Annual Dinner in New York Last night. REBECCA LOBO was chosen team Sportswoman of the Year (USA TODAY, 10/17)....The Sports Marketing category of AD AGE's "Power 50" includes profiles of IOC Marketing Dir MICHAEL PAYNE, F.A.M.E. Chair and CEO DAVID FALK, Nike Dir of Sports Marketing STEVE MILLER, and Reebok Sr. VP PETER MOORE (AD AGE, 10/16)....DAVE GAVITT has been named the '95 recipient of the Edward Steitz Award given to individuals for their contributions to int'l basketball (USA Basketball)....President-elect SYLVIA ALLEN of the Women In Sports & Events is profiled in the "On a Roll" section of AD AGE (AD AGE, 10/16 issue)....Bulls Head Coach PHIL JACKSON is interviewed in MEN'S JOURNAL following the publication of his book "Sacred Hoops: Spiritual Lessons of a Hardwood Warrior" (MEN'S JOURNAL, 11/95 issue)....JOE MONTANA joined David Letterman in throwing footballs through cab windows ("Late Show," CBS, 10/16). Montana came up about 1,000 short in the "great book battle of Midtown," with COLIN POWELL signed more than 1,500 copies of his autobiography across the street at Barnes & Noble (N.Y. POST, 10/17).... Several DC athletes, including CHRIS WEBBER, JUWAN HOWARD, RASHEED WALLACE, CALBERT CHEANEY, DOUG OVERTON and MITCHELL BUTLER, and 17 Redskins, attended yesterday's Million Man March. ROCK NEWMAN was a speaker (WASHINGTON POST, 10/17).