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Trove of sports management history donated to UMass Amherst

FATHER OF AN INDUSTRY The family of the late Mark H. McCormack gave the school his archives, which document a life of working with star athletes. FATHER OF AN INDUSTRY
The family of the late Mark H. McCormack gave the school his archives, which document a life of working with star athletes.
By Travis Andersen
Globe Staff / November 4, 2010

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The family of the man who represented star athletes such as golf legend Arnold Palmer and who is widely regarded as the founder of the modern sports management industry is turning over his archives to the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the school announced yesterday. (Full article: 552 words)

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