Basketball legend Bill Walton authorized the columnist’s nonprofit, Pacific Alliance, to market his T-shirt in the late 1970s. A patch on the shirt read: “Proceeds from this shirt go to a non-nuclear future.”
Basketball legend Bill Walton authorized the columnist’s nonprofit, Pacific Alliance, to market his T-shirt in the late 1970s. A patch on the shirt read: “Proceeds from this shirt go to a non-nuclear future.” John FitzRandolph Special to The Cambrian
Basketball legend Bill Walton authorized the columnist’s nonprofit, Pacific Alliance, to market his T-shirt in the late 1970s. A patch on the shirt read: “Proceeds from this shirt go to a non-nuclear future.” John FitzRandolph Special to The Cambrian

Memories of Art Beal and Walton come flooding back

June 01, 2016 10:49 AM