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19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER
Edited by Gay Flood
October 22, 1979
HOCKEY INSIGHTSir:Kudos to Ken Dryden for a thoughtful, objective analysis of the state of hockey in North America today (A Game in Search of Some Contests, Oct. 8). Dryden, the consummate competitor on the ice, has pinpointed problems and offered solutions for a wonderful game that needs help. National Hockey League executives have watched Dryden perform brilliantly for years. Now they should begin listening to him.RUSTY MARTINAdministrative CoordinatorNFL Management Council New York City
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October 22, 1979

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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QUIRK & QUINN
Sir:
In the Baseball roundup in your Oct. 8 issue, Kathleen Andria mentioned that Jamie Quirk set a record for most home runs (six) in a career for a player whose name begins with the letter Q. This can't be true. What about the exploits of Jack Quinn, who as a pitcher hit eight home runs, two more than Quirk, during his career? Quinn, who pitched for New York and Cincinnati, among others, between 1909 and 1932, also holds the record for most career victories (247) by a player whose name begins with Q.
MARK M. O'CONNELL
Gambier, Ohio

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