Sirs:

In the July issue of Physics Today you report quite correctly that I have been appointed associate professor of physics at Temple University but you add, gratuitously, that Temple University is in Texas. This will come as a distinct shock to the many alumni and friends of Temple (one of the nation's larger universities—enrollment about 20,000), who, while supporting the university's desire to move to a new campus, had no idea that a move of 1,500 miles from its present Philadelphia location was contemplated.

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