Please refer to HOTBOX in SI, Oct. 11 where June Byers gives an emphatically negative answer to Jemail's question, "Do sports tend to make women less feminine?" adding: "...each day I wear diamonds valued at $30,000 because they always look so new." Then read enclosed clipping (see cut) from Kansas City Star. Apparently your readers are not all sports.
Please send the address of where I might purchase the Capezio short jockey boots and the other items of the article Nuts, Bolts & Coveralls.
Also I would like to know if these are sold anywhere in Los Angeles.
Thank you very much.
We are enjoying SI more than we thought possible. My husband reads every word each week.
MRS. VIVIEN W. WILSON
?All are available in L.A. Boots at I. Magnin; coveralls at Jane Ford Showroom, and for the jewelry see J. W. Robinson.?ED.
SI can chalk up a first: revival of a song played around 20 years ago!
The chance mention of "My Yellow Jacket Girl" by Martin Kane (SI, Oct. 11 and Nov. 1) started the ball rolling. Georgia Tech, now a co-ed institution, is going to start playing it again. And queries of where to buy the song are already coming my way.
Thanks to you.
NICHOLAS E. CHOTAS, Asst. Prof.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
In your Nov. 1st issue the excerpt about the Cinderella horse was mighty interesting.
However, I'd like to know one thing: what the hell ever happened to that louse-of-a-dairy-farmer? SI gives no inkling as to whether or not the A.S.P.C.A. did anything about his cruelties to that wonderful horse. Did this dastard go unpunished?