Letters, May 11, 1936

Sirs I am always interested and occasionally amused at the way the editor of your Sport Department reports nationally interesting athletic events. The occasion for my latest bit of amusement is the comparison of the recent Drake and Penn Relays [TIME, May 4]. This fellow is obviously an Eastern man, or he would not attempt so often to belittle Midwestern and Far-Western events, nor would he show on occasions a total lack of understanding with regard to events held outside the eastern one-sixth of these United States.

If comparisons are still odious, it must...

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