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Prime Time in Academe
I was appalled by the fact that you con-
sidered television a significant enough as-
pect of college life to warrant a cover story
(ENTERTAINMENT). People in their intellec-
tual prime tend to have more worthwhile
priorities than watching prime time.
JEFF MACDONALD
Brown University
Providence, R.I.
Upon reading John Schwartz's other-
wise excellent article "Why Watch Old
TV?" I was shocked to find what can only
be termed an error of monumental pro-
portions. After quoting flawlessly from
Shakespeare's "Hamlet," Schwartz mis-
quoted a line from the theme song of the
Flintstones: "Let's ride with the family
down the street / Through the courtesy
of Fred's big feet." In fact, the line is:
Fred's two feet."
MARK DEVOL
University of California
San Diego, Calif.
Hearing the Message
Thank you! Thank you! A thousand
times, thank you. Your article on Gallau-
det University (EDUCATION) was outstand-
ing. My sister, who has been profoundly
deaf since birth, plans to attend Gallau-
det. Information about this prestigious in-
stitution was long overdue.
JEANNE M. FRANKLIN
University of Montana
Missoula, Mont.
Columbia Winners
Does NEWSWEEK ON CAMPUS have to
join the list of periodicals that smirk at
Columbia's varsity football team (MULTI-
PLE CHOICE)? All right, so be it. But don't
give a false impression of the school. It's
not that we're Ivy League and everyone
here is hopelessly brilliant (although we
are), but we can actually play sports. Why
not mention a few of our good teams?
Men's soccer, women's archery, the men's
fencing team are national champs. Even
freshman football just finished an unde-
feated season. So laugh while you can,
sports reporters and rival schools; we're
waiting till next year.
LISE BROER
Columbia University
New York, N. Y
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streets
needs a hand.
Yours."
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