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Little Leaguers Teach Some Valuable Lessons

September 04, 1993

The recent Little League championship game was such a joy to watch because of the class and respect of the players and coaches for the great game of baseball.

I think a tape should be made of the game and copies sent to every manager in the big leagues, with a request that they play it for their team members to show them how baseball courtesy, control of temper, accepting of umpire decisions, etc., can be handled by little boys in a far superior manner than the big "kindergartners" with their poor sport, retaliatory attitudes, childish pouts, etc., that we see on the telecasts of the games of the big leagues.

ROSA M. KEEHN, Alhambra

What programming genius at Channel 13 concluded that the best possible time to get the maximum audience for the movie "The Bad News Bears" was Saturday afternoon opposite Channel 7's coverage of the Little League world championship game?

DON FAWCETT, Brentwood

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