To the Editors of The Crimson:
There is no place in the reporting of serious news and the relaying of intelligent commentary for personal vendettas. In the May 21 Crimson you reported that during a meaningless softball game "short-fielder Bob Boorstin committed three embarassing errors to let in a pair of unearned runs in the seventh."
In the context of the "Sports Roundup," the gratuitous nature of this unjust and arbitrary attack was surely clear. The event was simply not newsworthy. Everyone who knows Bob realizes that he is a total spastic, and this certainly isn't the first time he has humiliated himself publicly.
If Bob fielded the ball cleanly, that would have been news.