King took a set and a 4-1 lead and then Julie Heldman, won 6 straight games and 9 of the last 10. Leading 4-1 in the third Heldman asked the umpire if the 60 seconds were up on a changeover and he said more than up. The newspaper quoted Heldman as addressing BJK, "We must continue or stop the match." BJK replied, "Okay, if you want it that much, you can have it." The article says that King was battling the flu, fatigue and the heat but that seems a bit lame. Both MN in 1982 and CE in 1983 and 1989 finished their matches and gave Shriver, Jordan and Sanchez a win not a default. I admire BJK but this really surprised me when I saw it years ago in another publication. To be fair the 1973 piece seems more tame and the other casy BJK in a more sore loser light.