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19TH HOLE: THE REAPERS TAKE OVER
Edited by Gay Flood
November 28, 1977
INDIANA'S CORSO Sir:I really enjoyed your article about Lee Corso (Don't Let 'em Wear You Down! Nov. 14). Corso definitely has what it takes to get Indiana fans rooting for something other than basketball. And thanks a lot for clearing up the picture on Big Ten football coaches. After hearing so much about Bo Schembechler and Woody Hayes, I expected the only way for the rest to survive was to wear a monocle and carry a whip. Corso is different. Who else would bring his team onto a playing field in a double-decker bus?FRED JACOBS Waco, Texas
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November 28, 1977

19th Hole: The Reapers Take Over

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Sir:
The man who gave the fans their money's worth and gave some of his money back to the fans: Greg Luzinski.
CHARLES GALLAGHER JR.
Landisville, Pa.

Sir:
How about baseball's greatest home run hitter, Sadaharu Oh?
CRAIG MAZZARO
Amelia, Ohio

Sir:
Bill Walton. He has taken more criticism in two years than some people take in a lifetime.
MIKE ROBERTSON
Hokes Bluff, Ala.

Sir:
The most exciting pure runner in all of football, the Chicago Bears' Walter Payton.
RICK OWENS
Fort Wayne, Ind.

Sir:
O.J. Simpson.
REED C. STEWART
Buffalo

Sir:
Texas Football Coach Fred Akers.
RICHARD DRISCOLL
Brookline, Mass.

Sir:
Guillermo Vilas, not only for the longest winning streak on clay but also for putting up with Ion Tiriac.
MARK VECHIONE
El Paso

Sir:
Virginia Wade.
TOM O'NEILL
Charleston, S.C.

Sir:
How can you not pick marathon runner Bill Rodgers?
VICTOR FINSTER
New York City

Sir:
Marathon runner Miki Gorman.
LAURIE CUSHING
Denver

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