Elfin Canadian beauty Dayle Haddon used her dark good looks to forge a successful modeling career. She made the cover of Sports Illustrated before trying her hand at Hollywood. Disney cast her in The World's Greatest Athlete (1973) and had her on the fast track as its leading ingénue. Only she had other ideas, which she exposed in a fleshy spread in Playboy magazine. Say good-bye to Disney, hello to Mr. Skin. She has appeared in some big productions such as North Dallas Forty (1979) and Cyborg (1989), plus a few Woody Allen films. But here at Skin Central she's moist known as the title character in Spermula (1976), in which she gave us a nice long look at her lithe young figure. Dayle has not been bashful with her body, from her debut in Paperback Writer (1973) to later skintaculars such as Sex with a Smile (1976) and an episode of The Hitchhicker called "Ghostwriter." She even contributes to CBS's morning program as a "beauty and wellness" editor. Dayle delivers . . . and it's good.