We would like to express our appreciation for your article Swimsuits That Are Made to Get Wet (Jan. 20), and especially your "cover girl." Any information concerning her will be relished by every Duke freshman.
Her combination of natural assets and vitality of expression is delightful.
STEPHEN M. ANDRES
CHARLES J. BEERS JR.
DONALD L. RIFENBERG
Right now she is the talk of Noonan Hall, Marquette University!
Please keep us happy. Tell us more.
Tell Miss SI I love her. I want to marry her.
West Point, N.Y.
?Sorry, fellows, Miss SI is bespoken.—ED.
Good night! Let's watch those covers. They raise too many eyebrows when my parishioners see something like that coming into my study via the mails.
The REV. WAYNE SCOTT
Coles Phinizy and Fred R. Smith have unquestionably recorded the ultimate in asinine comments with their unwarranted, vituperative attack on the underwater signs at Buck Island Reef National Monument (The Amphibious Resorts, Jan. 20).
I presume they will next advocate destroying all labels and signs in museums and art galleries since to identify anything or to explain anything is "absurd" and "marring."
RICHARD T. GALE
Coulee Dam, Wash.
I was shocked to find no mention of Richard Newick of St. Croix in your Caribbean section. Dick offers trimaran and catamaran sailing and guided tours of the underwater Buck Island Reef National Monument.