If there are any copies of your baseball issue still available would you let me know at your earliest convenience how I may receive three additional copies.
There are five of us, including two boys and a baseball-loving wife, and the one copy I brought home is not going to make it through the season.
E. J. DENZLER
?The baseball-loving Denzlers and the many many others who have written for additional copies of SI's special baseball issue to see them through the season may get them by sending 25� to Department 990, Sports Illustrated, 540 North Michigan Ave., Chicago 11, Ill., where SI's presses are now printing extra copies.—ED.
SI has done it again.
The baseball issue is a masterpiece, and is definitely one issue that will be used for future reference during the coming season.
It is without a doubt a most informative and enlightening edition especially as the material presented covers such a wide variety of interesting baseball news. In particular, SI's synopsis of the 16 major league clubs, which bears out the strength and weakness of each team, is excellent since it gives Joe Fan an idea of what to expect and to look for during the 1956 season.
This issue was a treat for the baseball fan who has just become interested in the game and the oldtimer who knows what it's all about.
And your CONVERSATION PIECE was in a class by itself with its warmness and intimacy.
SI has rendered baseball lovers all over the world a wonderful preview as well as a refreshing, new glimpse at our national pastime.
SHELDON I. LONDON
My sincere thanks for such a complete analysis of our American pastime—baseball!