It's easy to be loyal during the good times, but Badger fans have shown their worth by backing their team win or lose, and that's what it's all about.
I don't question the loyalty or spirit of the LSU fans, but a better case can be made for the long-suffering Tennessee Volunteer partisans. Over the past two years. Vol fans have suffered through a lowly 9-12-1 record, but home attendance has averaged 83,534 in a stadium that seats 80,250. Keep that Volunteer loyalty in mind as you watch the bowl-bound Vols reassert themselves this year.
ROBERT P. CURRENCE
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Kenny Moore is a superb writer! As I read and re-read Hawaii Five Double 0 (Oct. 8), I again completely relived the race: the anticipation at the start, the long hot runs, the fun and fellowship of being with a wonderful group of runners, the humor of Leon Henderson and the antics of Harvey Shultz and the very deep feelings of sadness when it was really "all over." I am looking forward to the next long, great run somewhere in the world, staying in shape and standing by. And just to keep the honeymoons going, I'm getting married again, in Las Vegas next month!
Pan Am Captain, Retired
Walterboro, S. C.
Rudy Dressendorfer, varsity baseball player, class of '60, C. K. McClatchy High School, Sacramento, where are you? Thanks to Kenny Moore, now we know. We also know about some dumb race that only affluent Americans with nothing better to do can enter for fun and frolic. Loved the article, but then, I love trivia!