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Assuming there will be no British government problem with Tony Jacklin going to Rhodesia, he would want about $5,000 plus expenses for one exhibition match and perhaps $7,500 for two.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Sept. 10
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Memorandum regarding Gary Player appearances for Safmarine in the United Kingdom.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Oct. 19
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Thanking Munger for his hospitality in South Africa and requesting information regarding the progress with Barry Richards.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Apr. 28
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McCormack notes that Gary Player's itinerary after the British Open is still up in the air.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 June 5
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Concerning the scheduling of a Gary Player South African Airways appearance. McCormack asks Munger to review Player's Australian itinerary and indicates that only one appearance will be possible this year.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Sept. 9
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Mark H. McCormack is not interested in representing Michael Proctor at this time.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

Chilcote, Judy A.
1972 Oct. 24
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McCormack thanks Munger for the note about the putt-putt arrangement in theeran.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1971 Aug. 24
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McCormack's secretary encloses a suggested itinerary for Gary Player. Enclosure not with letter.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

Chilcote, Judy A.
1972 Mar. 14
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Concerning British Petroleum purchasing Rod Laver's Wimbledon.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Nov. 5
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Noting that Gary Player will not be able to play in South Africa in the beginning of April, due to the United States Masters Championship.
(Mark H. McCormack Papers)

McCormack, Mark H.
1970 Nov. 16