People: May 15, 2000

NO PITCHING

When movie, TV and radio actors went on strike last week over the issue of residuals for commercials, it was hard to rustle up public concern. After all, these are the unions' worker ants, those who make about $475 a day minimum and can't hold up hit prime-time shows with demands for million-dollar raises. So it helped when TIGER WOODS, golf superstar, Nike spokesman--and Screen Actors Guild member--refused to cross the picket line to shoot a Nike commercial at the Isleworth Country Club in Orlando, Fla., his home course. Nike hopes to reschedule; Woods says he won't budge. Two...

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