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In 1982, when I won the double Grand Slam, I had to beat Chaffee in the finals of the USTA Grass Court men's 80 singles (3-6, 6-3, 6-4) and the USTA Clay Court men's 80 singles (2-6, 6-4, 6-1). He was almost as happy as I was.
Chris is quoted as saying, "I guess we both sense it's getting toward the end." Chaffee and I know what she means, and it's tough, even at 84 years of age.
MALCOLM D. CLARKE
South Harpswell, Maine
?Here's a look at Clarke (left) and Chaffee as they appeared in 1984.—ED.
LIPTON & CO.
Being from the Boston area, I have followed and been an admirer of the Kennedy family. So, please tell me, isn't that Joe (in sunglasses) and Rose Kennedy at the right in the photo, from the historic Rosenfeld Collection, of Sir Thomas Lipton (SCORECARD, June 2)?
PAUL C. LAUBENSTEIN
Thank you for giving us Clive Gammon's World Cup preview (Shootout In Mexico, June 2). But would you please show a picture of the trophy he described as "something that grew from a spore that drifted in from outer space"?
?Here it is.—ED.