Honestly, what do you think?
ROBERT R. HUTCHINSON
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
?Honestly, we liked it.—ED.
...MEET MRS. GREYE
I need one of Rowland Emett's Self-Golfing Golf Bags for my husband—who handles every phase of the game magnificently, except the actual playing.
What a wonderfully funny drawing!
MRS. HARRISON GREYE
THE POWER OF NEGATIVE THINKING
Paul O'Neil's article on John Landy (SI, May 21) was a sensitive, perceptive piece of writing. But Mr. O'Neil has overlooked one of the most amazing things about the agile athlete from the antipodes—he has accomplished more, with an inferiority complex, than any man in the history of sport! Think of what Landy might have done—and may still do—if he really had confidence!
?In the opinion of those who know Landy, the great miler does not suffer from an inferiority complex, but rather from the artist's eternal dissatisfaction with anything but perfection.—ED.
BAD NEWS FOR THE BROOKIE
I found your article on the brook trout (SI, May 14) very interesting, but you neglected a few good brookie flies. In the streamer line, Warden's Worry, Dark Edson Tiger, and the Black and White Bucktail are very productive. Additional drys are Quill Gordon, Dark Deer Fly, Seth Green, Grizzly King—and March Brown is also good.
Similar wet flies are also good, especially in June.
H. E. JOHNSTONE
?The brook trout will strike at almost anything. In SI's article, The Brookie: an Early American, Bob Elliott listed only his own favorites.—ED.