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19th Hole: Some New Readers Comment On Vol. 1, No. 1
August 30, 1954
SIRS: YOU'VE SCORED TOUCHDOWN, HOME RUN, GOAL, STRIKE, EAGLE, ACE, RINGER, CHECKERED'FLAG, KNOCKOUT, FALL, ROUGE, HAT TRICK, CHECKMATE WITH YOUR FIRST ISSUE. ELMER BLASCO ST. LOUIS
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August 30, 1954

19th Hole: Some New Readers Comment On Vol. 1, No. 1

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We have been collecting baseball cards for over 2 yrs. and now have 1,480 cards including duplicates and as many as 5 & 6 different type cards of some players.

We are enclosing a Solly Hemus card for the Weidman boys. Do they have a Johnny Antonelli they could send us? Does anyone have a Johnny Antonelli?
GARRY GILLESPIE
GEORGE GILLESPIE
AGED 10 & 11
Brockport, N.Y.

•Johnny Antonelli is on the way to Garry and George and Solly Hemus is on the way to the Weidman Boys in an even swap.—ED.

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PUBLIC SERVANTS

Sirs:
In a way I am sorry you are putting it out because there is so little time down here and I am sure I am going to read every issue with pleasure and interest.
STUART SYMINGTON
United States Senate

Sirs:
I am delighted to have this "new baby" because I think I was in at the births of the first, second and third "babies."
HENRY CABOT LODGE JR.
United Nations

•Ambassador Lodge was Time's first Washington correspondent circa 1926.—ED.

Sirs:
I thoroughly enjoyed the first issue, especially those pieces on fishing. I am looking forward to issues that will, I am sure, deal with my other favorite sport, hunting.

The philosophy of the magazine is well stated in the piece on the "New Golden Age," where the writer says that "Far from being a dream world, the world of sport, booming as it is everywhere, may be keeping another world from blowing its top, literally and figuratively."
HAROLD STASSEN
Foreign Operations Administration

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