WOODEN: I had a rule against facial and long hair for players. It had nothing to do with fashion. I simply didnt want hair or sweat getting in a players eyes and obstructing his vision on the court.
WALTON: It was the opening practice of my senior year, 1973: Were talking Bob Dylan and Jerry Garcia here. Were talking the end of the age of Nixon, time to tear down the old rules and the walls they were written on. Back then, college students thought that if you didnt grow your hair out, it ...
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