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I did not like the sculptures you reproduced. It takes more than enthusiasm to do good athletic art. Young may be famous but in my opinion the finest sculptor of athletic subjects in this country?or any other for that matter?is this same Joe Brown mentioned in connection with playground equipment. If any one factor qualifies him for such a broad statement it is the fact that in his heyday Brown was a fine athlete: witness the fact that while he is today professor of sculpture at Princeton, his original job at that university was as coach of the boxing team, which position he still holds....
Joe Brown's life with its varied athletic, educational and aesthetic background, his family and his wife, as well as the coincidence of his obtaining his present work at Princeton should make splendid biographical copy for your magazine.
Keep up the good work.
? SI is keeping up the good work with a soon-to-run color story on" sculptor-athlete Brown.?ED.
?Mr. Williams is ready to consider all offers at 115 West 75th Street, New York City.
One thing about your Nov. 1 SCOREBOARD: you never mentioned that two men were dedicated to the Football Hall of Fame at the Dartmouth-Colgate football game. The two were Oberlander (1926) and E. K. Hall, also a noted football man, sometimes known as the Savior of Football.