b'1 9 7 2THE LIVING HISTORY OF MRCA1 MRCA PRESIDENTEXECUTIVE SECRETARY MRCA LEADERSHIPGEORGE STEPHENSON ROBERT P. LYONSBOARD OF DIRECTORSW.H. BRANSON, JR. EDWARD PORTERJOHN W. BRAFORD CHARLES E. CORNELLJAMES G. DIETZ VERNE W. DOWERSRAYMOND W. SCHULTZ W. TODD MCCANEGLENN E. LANGER RONALD C. MARTINARNOLD LINDHISTORIC FACTS- Tennis balls were traditionally white (sometimes black). They were changed to yellow in 1972 after research showed they were more visible on television.- Chrysler brought electronic ignition to automobiles.- While initial planning started in the 1920s, household dish cleaner ?Dawn? was released in 1972. - The U.S. Men?s Basketball team was 63-0 in Olympic History going into the finals of the 1972 Munich Olympic finals. The loss, by one point to the Soviet team in one of the most controversial events in Olympic history. The U.S. team never accepted their silver medals in protest.- The ?Battle of the Sexes? was over once and for all when Billie Jean King beat Bobby Riggs in three straight tennis sets.COSTOF L I V I N GMILK GAL. $1.20 OSCAR MEYER BACON$0.97 LB .GAS $0.39EGGS $0.39 DZ.BREAD $0.24 Q-TIPS $0.89, 125AVG INCOME $11,120 FRONT END ALIGNMENT $11.95, SALE $6.95HOUSE $27,550 DELUXE SWINGSET $58.99'