What a perfect cover with which to end the NCAA Tournament (April 11): The most dominating force of the year, Sean May, in front and the most dominating mind, Roy Williams, directing in the background. You can't describe the tournament better than that.
Nic Lake Cedar Falls, Iowa
It looks like Illinois, which started the NCAA tournament in March, had it end in April when the team ran into May (Man in the Middle, April 11).
Jerry Schwartz, Chamblee, Ga.
Just curious: If the NCAA tournament is the Big Dance, why are the men's and women's tournaments held in different states? If it's March Madness, why are the title games played in April?
Elliott Denman, West Long Branch, N.J.
It's wonderful to see my father, wheelchair basketball star Stan Kosloski, recognized for his accomplishments (Air and Space, April 11). Taking my dad to Fenway Park for the first time, however, was bittersweet. When Pokey Reese hit an inside-the-park home run that brought the entire crowd to its feet, my father couldn't see the play because the handicapped seating section is in the middle of the grandstand. There is much work still to be done to make public buildings accommodating to patrons with disabilities. Thanks to my father and your columnist Steve Rushin, more people may soon remember that.
Jennifer Kosloski, Boston