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first event of the year that I can finish" he saidtwitter2 percent " wrote Fathers Rumble and Carty in this 1950 textbook for Catholics in an effort to prevent burnout Leah “The President is equally mindful of the fact that true followers of Islam all over the world respect the injunction that there is no compulsion in religion File photo of Martina Hingis The surveyThis post is in partnership with the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin A version of the article below was originally published on the Ransom Center’s Cultural Compass blog In 1995 Jay Jennings a former editor of Tennis magazine commissioned David Foster Wallace to write an article about the US Open which was published as "Democracy and Commerce at the US Open" one year later In 2010 Jennings contributed a file of corrected proofs and correspondence to the Ransom Center relating to the essay and revealing Wallaces close involvement in the editorial process Wallace had warned Jennings that he would be a difficult editee but the papers demonstrate the contrary Though Wallaces comments on the proof pages are often assertive they are equally good-natured dotted throughout with smiley faces and oftentimes showing his humor Jennings recounts his working with Wallace: In 1995 I contacted a young writer named David Foster Wallace to ask if he would come to the US Open over Labor Day weekend and riff on the scene not so much the one on the court but that going on all over the grounds of the National Tennis Center in New York Though he was not widely known editors were clamoring to have him to riff on some scene or another on the basis of a hilarious hyperobservant essay hed published in Harpers magazine in 1994 about the Illinois State Fair A few years earlier hed written about playing junior tennis on the windy plains of the Midwest for Harpers so I knew he was a deft player and knowledgeable fan The lure of the all-access media pass was the clincher and he agreed to do the story for much less than he could have commanded elsewhere We put him up at the official hotel the Hyatt above Grand Central Station in Manhattan and I met him in the lobby on Sunday morning to ride the shuttle bus out to Queens Unshaven and in his trademark bandana he looked the part of a raucous rock star but was unfailingly polite appreciative and both excited and a little nervous At the site we settled into the main stadium for the marquee match that day between eventual champion Pete Sampras and a rising Australian star Mark Philippoussis I remember being concerned by how few notes he was taking in his tiny notebook and wondering if he was getting enough material We chatted about tennis and books and other things I pointed out my boss (a woman in a sunhat nearby) and after the match he decided to wander off on his own Over the next two days wed meet up occasionally on the grounds and as we were leaving together one day he asked me if I wanted to join him and his friend Jon (Franzen then a struggling novelist in New York) for a showing of Larry Clarks film KIDS that night My then-wife had other plans for us so I had to demur to my eternal regret relegating myself to an even smaller DFW footnote in literary history The story he produced from that weekend and his tiny notebook proved to be one of the longest (and best) Tennis magazine has ever run and I had difficult battles with the lady in the sunhat as Dave and I came to call her to see that it was published as Dave intended it footnotes eccentric abbreviations and all In the essay after having spent only a few days there he had crystalized all the annoyances grievances glories and grandeur that those of us who had been attending the event for years had observed but with more humor sharpness and empathy: the "felonious" price of the Hagen-Dazs bars the "big ginger beard" that made one of the ball boys look like a "ball grad student" and the "mad crane" style of a 66″ player We held the story for a year to run in our 1996 US Open issue and in the interim Infinite Jest was published and Dave became the reluctant darling of the literary world After the issue appeared he generously wrote to thank me for the short profile Id written of him for the magazines "Editors Page" and again later that year to explain why the Tennis story would not appear in his collection A Supposedly Fun Thing Ill Never Do Again even though he thought it better than another tennis piece "The String Theory" originally from Esquire: the latter had received more attention and to include both would be too much tennis for the book He didnt owe me that explanation but like his intellect his empathy was wide-ranging and deep and he knew that having the Tennis story in the collection would probably help my editing career Instead I got a consolation prize I enjoyed even more: he put me in the acknowledgements as "Jay (Im Suffering Right Along With You) Jennings" commemorating our joint battles with my superior We continued to correspond sporadically over the years the last time just months before he took his own life when I wrote to him about an exhibition match Id seen between the retired Pete Sampras and John McEnroe He replied by postcard that he thought McEnroe was so lovely to watch play but a ghastly TV commentator a contrarian view I shared When I heard hed committed suicide I remembered an earlier postcard hed sent me not so much for what he wrote which was typically funny and kind but for the picture It showed a detail from the exterior of Salisbury Cathedral in England a close-up of a stone bust in a silent eternal open-mouthed scream; on the verso the work a portrait of pain was identified simply as "Head of Man" Jay Jennings is the author of Carry the Rock: Race Football and the Soul of an American City and the editor of Tennis and the Meaning of Life: A Literary Anthology of the Game and Escape Velocity: A Charles Portis Miscellany See more about the Ransom Center’s collection here at the Harry Ransom Center blog History Newsletter Stay on top of the history behind today’s news View Sample Sign Up Now Contact us at [email protected] Clooney on Sunday admitted that the amount of money hes raised for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is "obscene" The Hollywood star and his wife Amal hosted a fundraiser for Clinton in California on Friday charging $33400 to $353400 for tickets the Guardian reports The event drew nearly 200 protesters Clooney told NBCs Chuck Todd on Meet the Press "Yes I think its an obscene amount of money" the actor said when asked to comment on the criticism "I think you know that we had some protesters last night when we pulled up in San Francisco and theyre right to protest theyre absolutely right it is an obscene amount of money" "The Sanders campaign when they talk about it is absolutely right Its ridiculous that we should have this kind of money in politics I agree completely" he added Sanders later praised Clooney for his comments saying 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