Are the names Tenley Albright and Carol Heiss as familiar to you as the names Peggy Fleming and Dorothy Hamill? I doubt it. Albright and Heiss were American women who won the figure skating gold medal (in 1956 and 1960). Albight and Heiss were champions when the Olympics games were still a sports competition. In the 1960s ABC-TV and Roone Arledge ("Up Close and Personal") turned the Games into the sports motifed TV soap opera that we have now. I don't think the 1956 Winter Games were televised at all; parts of the 1960 Winter Games were televised in a sort of primitive style (by CBS). We never got up close and personal with Albright or Heiss which is, most likely, why both quickly faded into relative obscurity. There is a big connection between the Olympics and TV. Why shouldn't we discuss it on a Film and TV List? Mary Kalfatovic, Washington, D.C.