I was never scouted by the pros, but for me football was fun. Three years of law school haven't dimmed my enthusiasm for those unsophisticated days. Thanks for the memories.
BRUCE P. HUDOCK
It was refreshing to read of a group of guys who play football for the sport of it and who can win despite a shortage of cash. Here in another Manhattan, the home of Kansas State, we spend large sums of money only to lose. There must be a moral there somewhere.
R. F. DRAKE
To work and attend school at the same time can be a hassle, but to also play football and do as well as the Brooklynites are doing under such adverse conditions is monumental.
As Tom (Z) Zahralban said, having played college football and 50� may get you on the subway. In my opinion, the experience of playing football at Brooklyn College is worth much, much more. The coaches and team have my deepest respect.
F. J. KOMARA
That was one of the funniest stories I've read in a long time. In an age when college football is taken all too seriously, John Papanek did an excellent job of depicting some of the less grim aspects.
Foist time I ever read a story twicet.
TAKE A RETRIEVER
An item in SCORECARD (NOV. 15) reminded me that on several occasions, while hunting pheasant in South Dakota and ducks in Ohio, I have taken a limit with my Labrador and never fired a shot. The moral is that every hunting party, particularly of duck hunters, should be required to have at least one capable retriever. Year after year, as many ducks are left mortally hurt in the marshes as are taken home because a retrieving dog was not used. Is it not about time that the conservationists and legislators woke up to this fact?