The forward cabin is air-conditioned. In addition to cooling, the most important feature is the filtered air provided in air-conditioning, and in some parts of the Bahamas, this insures freedom from insects, which, at times, are very bad.
The above, along with the sketches, provides some information of one other owner's ideas about a "dream" fishing boat.
JOHN RYBOVICH JR.
West Palm Beach
? John Rybovich is responsible for the design and construction of some of the most versatile sport fishermen afloat as well as such specialized equipment as the Rybovich outriggers, used also on Lou Marron's Eugenie VIII.—ED.
Out here in Manhattan ( Kans.) we're grateful to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED for keeping us posted on Princeton University's 150-pound rowing crew.
I have one objection, I found no mention of the coach Donald L. Rose. Although he's in his first year of coaching at Princeton U., he's quite a sportsman. Not only was he coxswain on the rowing crew at Wisconsin U. but was also a varsity gymnast, and later sports editor for a Wisconsin daily.
LOIS M. OTTAWAY
?See above for Coach Don Rose (right, kneeling) and his crew, who are, left to right (standing): James Newcomer, Portland, Ore.; William Satterfield, Little Rock, Ark.; Robert Brink, San Jose, Calif.; Anthony Fletcher, New Canaan, Conn.; Alan Korhammer, Mt. Vernon, N.Y.; Leonard Yerkes, Wilmington, Del.; Raymond Huttig, Homewood, Ill.; James Kaiser, Anchorage, Ky. (Kneeling): John Soutter, Rye, N.Y.; David Schall, Cleveland; Peter Liebert, Brooklyn.—ED.