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19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER
Edited by Gay Flood
September 15, 1975
MAULE'S ALLTIME PICKSSir:As an avid fan of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, I hate to see Tex Maule retire from your stall (Oh, That 200-Yard Run! Sept. 1). Reading his articles during the football season has been a great pastime. I will miss his insight into the game.MARK LAVENGOOD Grand Rapids
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September 15, 1975

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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TUNA TALES
Sir:
Pardon my delay in responding to George Packard's Article (There's Only One Kind of Fishing, Aug. 18), but I was away on a bluefin-tuna fishing trip. Captain Arno Rogers and I were fishing out of Boothbay Harbor, Maine aboard his Gertrude R when I hooked up with a 730-pounder about 14 miles out in the Atlantic. Five hours and 15 minutes later I had my tuna and quite a fish story. Thanks to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED and George Packard for an equally good fish story. I understand it all too well.
SONNY LUDLAM
Fredericksburg, Va.

Sir:
Of all the sports I have ever participated in (skiing, motorcycle racing, etc.) bluefin-tuna fishing is by far the most exciting.
R. T. LAW
Coronado, Calif.

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