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19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER
Edited by Gay Flood
August 23, 1982
USF AND QUINTIN DAILEY Sir:What a banner year for SI! Your coverage of the seasonal sports has been fantastic, most notably this baseball season, and then there have been your blockbuster special reports—on Don Reese and cocaine in the NFL ("I'm Not Worth a Damn," June 14) and on the University of San Francisco and Quintin Dailey (Bringing Down the Curtain, Aug. 9)—your two best sports journalism pieces in recent memory. Please continue the high quality and fine writing you have brought us this year. It's nice to read the inside story, even if it hurts a little.MATTHEW FASANGTroy, Mich.
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August 23, 1982

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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Also, publicity given to Ruiz and Costie in recent publications has shown neglect for the many hardworking and dedicated team members who have sacrificed to make this an event worthy of the Olympic Games.
JOHN ALLEN
1960 Olympic Walker (50 km.)
Colorado Springs, Colo.

Sir:
I propose Tracie Ruiz for Sportswoman of the Year, based on her gold medal solo performance at the world championships in Ecuador, and for cover girl of your annual swim-suit issue. Only one word can describe my reaction to her photo in the Aug. 2 issue: Wow!
HENRY LEWIS
Pittsburgh

Sir:
Tracie Ruiz and Candy Costie? I'm in love.
CARL R. WARNER
Dallas

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