All of the good-looking girls leave Green Bay for more intelligent men.
ANN M. NELSON
I think your new section, EXTRA POINTS by Jill Lieber, is an exceptional addition to your magazine. I also agree with your choice of Players of the Week in the Sept. 10 issue, especially Dan Marino. He's going to be the great quarterback the NFL has been missing for 10 years.
To make fun of pro wrestling (TV/RADIO, Sept. 17) is to make fun of its fans, and they are legion. Maybe to you pro wrestling and the USA Network show Tuesday Night Titans are fun and fake and a good laugh. But pro wrestlers are athletes. Hulk Hogan, Andr� the Giant, Jesse (the Body) Ventura and Adrian Adonis, make Too Tall Jones, Lawrence Taylor and the Redskin Hogs look like a bunch of wimps. Long live TNT and the sport of pro wrestling.
THOMAS L. WYLIE
With all due respect for the outstanding accomplishments of Greg LeMond, I wish to point out an error in Bob Ottum's excellent article on Greg (Climbing Clear Up to the Heights, Sept. 3). Ottum states that at 18, Greg was the youngest cyclist ever to make the U.S. Olympic team.
In fact, I was. In 1932, at the age of 16, I was a member of the U.S. Olympic road cycling team. I was also the youngest male participant in the '32 Games.