In the paper "Photometric Studies of Magellanic Cloud Supergiants. II. Variability" by F. R. Grieve and B. F. Madore (Ap. J. Suppl. 62, 451 ), the authors reported observations leading to the identification of 43 LMC stars, including S65-48 (first discovered as being variable by J. F. Dean, R. A. Bywater, and P. R. Warren, M.N.A.S. So. Africa, 35, 123 ) and S66-168, as being variable. Our study, based on observations begun in 1976, was completed in 1980 and first published as a thesis in 1983 by G. R. Grieve (PhD. thesis, University of Toronto). At the end of that same year O. J. Eggen (A.J., 88, 1482 ) published observations of these same two stars made in the interval 1981-1983, leading to similar conclusions. We would like to record here Dr. Eggen's priority to announcing the discovery of the variability of S66-168 and thank him for bringing this matter to our attention.