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Tone Down Sports Writing

TO THE EDITORS

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In the January 10 article "Grancio Foils Foyle," Chris W. McEvoy writes, "Shooting 6 for 12, Grancio's most impressive offensive moment was his second three pointer at 9:47 of the second half. Foyle fouled Grancio in the air, knocking the big man to the ground. The shot soared through the air in a perfect arc as Grancio lay on the ground, and fell with a quiet whoosh, bringing the crowd to an uproar." Excuse me while I vomit. This is not the first time that a Crimson sports writer has included unnecessary hyperbole in an article. I'm pretty sure that the play in question took place in real time, not in slow motion as McEvoy would like us to believe. Just the facts, please. Casey R. Cornwell '99

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