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March 19, 2012
Jeremy Lin's success is not just a feel-good story, it's also inspirational, the type of story you tell your kids when their self-esteem is down and they want to give up. He is a symbol of what can happen to those who never stop believing in themselves. His humility through all of the rejection and subsequent adulation is a testament to his character.
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March 19, 2012

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The changes being made in hockey at the high school level are important not only to the players' health but also to the skills they will need in order to not injure others on the ice. Players need to better protect each other in order to give the fans a reason to cheer.

Daniel Bellay, Fairmont, W.Va.

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Thanks for your essay on Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game (SCORECARD, Feb. 27). What makes his achievement even more remarkable is the fact that his 100-point total has never been matched by any two NBA players on the same team in a single game.

L.A. Ellis, St. Paul

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