you don't think Dedini's cartoon of the golfing Brothers (SI, July 2) is funny,
picture to yourself 19 young men (including one umpire) running from the
baseball diamond and asking their already washed, combed and
"cassocked" friends if that "was really the five minute warning
bell." You can be sure it's no joke.
ANTHONY REPAS, C.Pp.S.
?For a lapse of
humility in one of our cassocked friends, see below.—ED.
The Wyllies may be "an outstanding husband-wife team in the booming sports
car racing field" (PAT ON THE BACK, June 18), but James and Marion Lowe of
Santa Cruz, California are "the outstanding husband-wife team."
Jim, in his
growling Frazer-Nash, is a consistent winner in Class E and can be counted on
to finish a race in a high over-all position, beating Ferraris, Allards, etc.
with embarrassing regularity. Marion, in her Frazer-Nash (more ladylike than
Jim's in sound and appearance, but strictly a man-sized car in performance),
wins the ladies' races as often as she enters and has outdistanced a lot of men
in our western races.
PETER L. OVERMIRE