Davi Hamerman, Teaneck, N.J.
No More Cheesecake
It is killing me to see pictures of Paris Hilton in SI week after week (SCORECARD, Nov. 15). She has less to do with sports than the swimsuit models. Please do not make me cancel my subscription!
Greg Cooper, Hamden, Conn.
Although I enjoyed Steve Rushin's column on Phoenix Suns guard Yuta Tabuse (AIR AND SPACE, Nov. 15), it's important to note that a Japanese-American player, Wataru Misaka--born in Utah and a member of the Utes' 1944 NCAA and '47 NIT winners--broke the NBA's color barrier in '47 after having been chosen in the first round of the draft by the New York Knicks. Though he played in only three games, he made it into the league when anti-Asian sentiment was at a fever pitch. His accomplishment should not be overlooked.
Stuart Min, Pittsburgh