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19TH HOLE: THE READERS TAKE OVER
Edited by Gay Flood
December 20, 1982
STRIKING IT UP FOR THE BAND Sir:Having been a member of the University of North Carolina Marching Tar Heels, I particularly appreciated Heinz Kluetmeier's photo essay on the Florida State Marching Chiefs (All Horns Up!!! Dec. 6). The band is an integral part of an athletic program, but its hard work too often goes unnoticed. Thank you for noticing!ROBIN D. HUFFINESChapel Hill, N.C.
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December 20, 1982

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

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Sir:
The pro football fan.
ETHAN FERKISS
Chevy Chase, Md.

Sir:
Glenn Allison. His 900 series was a remarkable bowling achievement, but his dispassionate, resolute response to the American Bowling Congress' arbitrary denial of his record is even more remarkable.
JEFF ANDERSON
Denver

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Someone who isn't afraid to show love for his family, his friends and, especially, his opponents. The pride of Youngstown, Ohio, Ray Mancini.
TERRY TERRIGNO
Youngstown, Ohio

Sir:
Northwestern Coach Dennis Green, for improving the football program while maintaining a healthy balance between academics and athletics.
RICHARD HEIMLER
Hewlett, N.Y.

Sir:
Cody Webster, the Little League whiz, and Luke Appling, the septuagenarian home-run king.
JOSEPH F.J. CURI, M.D.
Torrington, Conn.

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Reginald Martinez Jackson.
GLENN A. FREUND
Scotch Plains, N.J.

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