?The 14 athletes who scored 197 points and received 18 gold medals, 11 silver medals and 8 bronze medals are: Irving Dardik, Long Branch, N.J.; Martin En-gel, Jackson Heights, N.Y.; Michael R. Herman, New York City; Alan Jacobs, Chicago; Sidney Kiwitt, Cliffside Park, N.J.; Alan H. Kline, Philadelphia; Henry Laskau, Mineola, N.Y.; Isaac Matza, New York City; Arthur Reider, San Francisco; David A. Reisbord, Los Angeles; Robert Rittenburg, Boston; Donald Silpe, Great Neck, N.Y.; Lewis N. Stieglitz, West Hartford, Conn., and Harold Swidler, Harrisburg, Pa.—ED.
RETURN OF MR. TACHE
It was very kind of you to publish my letter and the picture of our English setter, Mr. Tache (19TH HOLE, Oct. 7).
I am so happy to tell you that we found Tache with a wonderful family on the Garden State Parkway, miles away from our home. He arrived there two weeks after he had disappeared.
He was neither thin nor footsore, and we believe he was stolen and then released.
If it had not been for the help of persons like you, we would not have him back.
Now, even more than ever, I am devoted to SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, as is our whole family.
We were very happy to be able to give to the family who found our dog a setter puppy which their children had always wanted.
MARY DE W. DALY