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Published March 18, 1996
"60 Minutes" featured MUHAMMAD ALI and his battle against Parkinson's Syndrome in its lead segment Sunday night. Ed Bradley reported Ali continues to have a great following today, receiving upwards of 300 fan letters a week, 15 years after his last fight. Bradley: "He still has no regrets about what boxing did to him because of what boxing has done for him" (CBS, 3/17)....NJ Gov. CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN has control of about 100 tickets to the Final Four, thought to be "the most of any one person." Requests have come in from BOB DOLE and NEWT GINGRICH, among others (N.Y. TIMES, 3/17)....JACK KEMP, on his future: "I'm not worried about it. Maybe I'll be commissioner of the National Football League one day" (WASHINGTON POST, 3/17).