Letters

September 12, 1999

I enjoyed your issue featuring the century's greatest sports
photos (Our Favorite Photos, July 26), but you didn't show the
one picture I will never forget. Where was the 1987 photo of
Pancho Carter flying down the track at Indy upside down?
JIM MCNUTT, Indianapolis

The Pulitzer Prize-winning picture of an ailing Babe Ruth
leaning on his bat during his last visit to Yankee Stadium, in
1948?
PATRICK SEED
Flushing, N.Y.

Wayne Gretzky holding up the hardware, after winning the Stanley
Cup for the fourth time, in 1988?
TYLER COLLINS
Dunnville, Ont.

The greatest cover shot your magazine has ever run: Arkansas's
Sidney Moncrief skying for a dunk against Texas?
DICK CLOSE
Cincinnati

Mike Tyson, his mouthpiece hanging out, pulling himself up by the
ropes after being floored by Buster Douglas?
GIL MATAR, Chicago

Don Holleder leading the 1955 Army football team back onto the
field of Michie Stadium, with the Corps of Cadets in the
background?
MIKE LION, McLean, Va.

COLOR PHOTO: BILL STALIONS/AP (CARTER) B/W PHOTO: ACME (RUTH) COLOR PHOTO: DAVID E. KLUTHO (GRETZKY) COLOR PHOTO: SAKAI KYODO/REUTERS (TYSON) COLOR PHOTO: MANNY MILLAN (MONCRIEF) COLOR PHOTO: RICHARD MEEK (ARMY)

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)