Brooker, George; Klastorin, T. D.
December 1981
Social Science Quarterly (University of Texas Press);Dec1981, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p744
Academic Journal
The relationship between athletic success and alumni contributions is examined for 58 major universities. The universities were divided into a number of homogeneous groups, including groupings by athletic conference, public/private, and size dimensions. For many of the groups, a significant positive relationship was found.


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