Surely we should note the passing of the man who spent 63 years at one college as player, coach and athletic adviser—who was a member of the Helms Foundation Football Hall of Fame and a contemporary of Stagg, Warner and Yost.
F. E. BRECKNER
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
BEAUTY AND THE BEST
I should like to take exception to your claims for track star Jutta Heine as the world's most beautiful (A Dash of Style for Track and Field, Jan. 28). Miss Heine, while streamlined enough for the indoor boards, would be strictly at sea matching contours with Marly Sinn (left), the world's professional marathon swimming champion.
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Germany's 22-year-old Jutta Heine may well be "the most decorative woman sprinter in the world." as you said. However, if you want to see a real beauty, take a look at 18-year-old Kent State University gymnast Marie Walther (right). Marie, who, incidentally, is also one of the best, will be representing the U.S. in the Pan American Games at Sao Paulo, Brazil in April.
New York City