Thanks for once again reprinting the legendary shot of Cheryl Tiegs in a fishnet bathing suit. Oh baby!
P. MAXWELL CHELSEA
I can't wait to see your swimsuit issue in 2054!
Calumet City, Ill.
I am the owner of the CLEMSON personalized license plate referred to by Jill Calabrese (LETTERS, Nov. 27). I hate to burst Calabrese's bubble, but I did not attend Clemson University. The reason I chose this license plate is obvious.
GOD REST YE...
I can attest to Reggie White's love for the Lord (White Heat, Nov. 27). My brother Jimmy played against Reggie, then a tight end, when Reggie was a senior at Howard High. On one play it took Jimmy and two more defensive backs to bring him down. After the three finally got him on the ground, Reggie got up and said, "Praise the Lord," to each one of them. I can't think of a better human being.
LARRY A. JONES III
As an acknowledgment of the courage of the handicapped New York City Marathon runner whose picture led off the Nov. 13 issue, please give us his name.
Staten Island, N.Y.
?He is Brian Cleaver, 51, the president of the Achilles Track Club of England, headquartered in London. He finished the New York City course (far left, below) in six hours and 55 minutes (handicapped runners are given early starting times, based on the degree of their disability).—ED.