On page 84 you say that James A. Nai-smith's invention of basketball was "the only game purely American in its origin." Canadians may take exception of this since—although the game was invented in the U.S.—Dr. Naismith was a Canadian, born at Almonte, near Canada's capital city.
OWEN G. GRANT
•All praise to Canada.—ED.
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MR. and MRS. CHARLES W. WELLS
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RICHARD E. JENKS
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SPORTS ILLUSTRATED is swell! We especially enjoyed the stories "The Baseball Bubble Trouble" and "Anybody Got a Solly Hemus?"