Letters: Dec. 7, 1925

Herewith are excerpts from letters come to the desks of the editors during the past week. They are selected primarily for the information they contain either supplementary to or corrective of news previously published in TIME.

No Strutting

Sirs:

In your issue of Nov. 23, referring to the Army-Columbia football game, you mention "the strutting which, by some obscure military convention, West Point cadets are compelled to go through before every football game." What you choose to call strutting has been pronounced by leading military authorities of the world to be the finest example...

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