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The globular clusters (GC) of the Magellanic Clouds play a very important role for many astrophysical and cosmological topics. For example, they represent the ideal testground for stellar evolution theory, they allow us to study the the early dynamical evolution of star clusters, to obtain accurate initial mass functions in a fairly extended mass range, to calibrate the Cepheid period-luminosity relation, and so on. In this brief paper I will touch upon two items which are of considerabledoi:10.1017/s0074180900200260 fatcat:3ebazq2jg5ai3lve7xmcqii6ci