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The thing I notice each week is the ability your writers have to create the atmosphere of the event they are reporting. The pleasure it brings to me is that having once read the magazine I still savor the articles for weeks following.
My particular sporting activity is golf. Jimmy Jemail's Oct. 17 HOTBOX, Is Golf an Athletic Contest?, brought out personality traits of the respondents.
It is evident that Herbert White is only a casual golfer. Otherwise he would appreciate the opportunities provided in golf for courage and combativeness.
Tony Carvajal ought to get out of the flat lands of Texas and play a little golf with some of us mountain goats.
Possibly Ed Wynne has the best answer: "Not necessarily." Golf is what you make it.
While I'm at it,
I'm enclosing my dollar for a guest membership to the Happy Knoll Country Club.
Pretty cheap for a round on that wonderful course. Naturally, the dollar is for
the Olympic Fund.
In February, 1944, the AP ran a story concerning an AP poll of sportswriters over the nation about the three greatest feats in the history of sports.