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December 30, 1991
Fathers and SonsIf the juxtaposition of articles in your Dec. 2 issue about Rick Barry and his sons (Daddy Dearest) and Albert Lewis and his father (A Chip off the Old Block) wasn't intentional, it should have been. The contrast between Rick Barry and Brad Lewis, the father of Albert Lewis of the Kansas City Chiefs, is striking. Barry selfishly abandoned his wife and five children during what many would consider to be the best of times. Brad Lewis, on the other hand, selflessly supported his wife and 13 children in the worst of times.DAVID B. RAMSEY Troy, Va.
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?Some of the sports handicapping services whose ads were reproduced in the layout in question were not mentioned in the story, and it was not SI's intent to imply that any of them were dishonest. As for Lisowski's Power Plays, during our two-month-long inquiry into these services, we found not a single complaint about his Power Plays operation.—ED.

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