Letters: Oct. 11, 1926

Blow, Blew, Blown

Sirs:

I am enclosing a clipping from the Gainesville (Fla.) Evening News which relates an incident in connection with the hurricane. . . . The distance that the paper in the story traveled was more than 600 miles.

C. T. PARSONS

University of Florida Gainesville, Fla.

To Subscriber Parsons $2. Extract from the clipping: "During the blow a man in Pensacola opened his bedroom window and in blew a Miami Herald, printed only two hours previously, giving an account of the storm."—ED. Dead Wrong

Sirs:

. . . Your paragraph [TIME, Sept....

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