Are we in it? Well, I guess.
Corning Free Academy—YES! YES! YES!
HARRY E. BATTIN JR.
United States Army—Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek commanding!
The thought occurs that the Ole Miss Rebs could really get fired up if Coach Johnny Vaught would name his three football teams Kennedy's Kingpins, Barnett's Battalion and Meredith's Marauders.
VOLNEY H. CAMPBELL
LAW OF NATURE
Barbara Heilman's article about the game warden and his work awoke a vivid memory (Long Hours and Low Pay, Oct. 15). For years I was closely associated with a local game warden, the late J. D. Hopkins, who was without a doubt a dedicated man. He was a small man, and not very strong, but he did an almost unbelievable amount of work. He claimed to have gone no farther than the third grade in school, but we have had him lecture on conservation to our university students and he did as good a job as our regular university professors.
He tried to learn everything there was to know about wild life and he had an uncanny knowledge of human nature. Once a fisherman protested loudly that he had left his license at home. To prove it, he gave the number of the license. Hopkins replied, "Nobody remembers his license number. You come with me."
RAYMOND F. BELLAMY
If I had my way, I'd keep every single lawbreaker locked up until he couldn't remember the sounds and beauty of nature.
On reading John Underwood's article on Sonny Gibbs and the other outstanding quarterbacks in the country (Country Boy with a Country Pass, Oct. 15), we were stunned at the absence of one man from this list. How could Mr. Underwood not have included Pal McCarthy of Holy Cross, the All-East quarterback and second in the nation in total offense in 1961?
Arkansas' Billy Moore is acclaimed the best quarterback in the Southwest since Doak Walker, and you failed to mention his name.
PORTER RODGERS JR., M.D.
Little Rock, Ark.