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The Ballgame Is Almost Forgotten

June 25, 1988

I suggest a day be set aside at Dodger Stadium in which beach balls are given to each fan. As the balls bound around the decks, a paper airplane-flying contest will provide the winners with prizes.

The "fans" might even enjoy a peanut-pitching competition by the concessionaires, as wave after wave undulates 'round and 'round. Fans will be encouraged to arrive late and leave early on this special day.

Of course, no distracting ballgame will be played.

ALAN PERRY

Thousand Oaks

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