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SI seems to be
concerned more with the segregation issue than the reporting of sports itself.
I refer to your continuous harping, ranting, raving on Governor Griffin and the
Sugar Bowl incident. I'm not arguing the point whether he was right in this
case or not—but I'll say that I have admiration for him because he stands up
and sticks by his guns on this controversial issue.
Also, unless it
is a first or a possible record fish, why not release it alive? We have done so
for years with all nonedible fish which were not mortally hurt.
?Sailfish, unlike Jane Russell, are perishable and the specifications of Miss Russell's catch are no longer obtainable. If it will help Reader McCaskey in making his computations, Miss Russell weighs 135 lbs.—ED.
? SI, like Miss Tidball, should have consulted its dictionaries, remembering Virgil's advice: "Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas" (happy is he who has troubled to learn the origin of things).—ED.
THE BETTER PART
Throughout the first quarter I bravely waved my Lone Star flag—but "C'mon Texas" rang a dull note among the cheering, winning crowd of Irish fans that engulfed me.