I read with great interest, Mark Boardman's article entitled, "Sizing Up" in your June 2012 issue. While I find it an interesting fact about the McLaury Brothers height requirements. I can surely tell you any measure of a real man is certainly not in physical stature. A man's real measure to courage and bravery is his testicular fortitude. The McLaury Brothers most definitely had it. Standing up to the darkly clad intimidating Earps and Holliday in a shootout certainly proved this. In my opinion, the real reason the McLaury Brothers and Billy Clayton lost the gunfight is because they were outmanned and outgunned. But there was one true trait the McLaury Brothers were not short on. That was testicular fortitude.