“March Memories” (Sports, March 4) brought back many of them. After live broadcasting Tiger basketball on WPRB (with Sean Sloane ’64 and Marv Shapiro ’64) for three years, we graduated in 1964, having witnessed student athletes at their best. Sneaking away from Berkeley Law, I was lucky enough to attend the Final Four in Portland in 1965 and not only remember Bill Bradley’s 58 points, but can — after all these years — vividly picture his corner hook shot, just as Ed Hummer ’67 describes it. I still have some 50-year-old reel-to-reel tapes of a couple of the basketball broadcasts and a lengthy interview with Coach van Breda Kolff. As Bob Hope would say, thanks for the (March) memories.

Ken Goldman ’64