Letters, Mar. 17, 1947

Sirs:

I respectfully salute the enterprise of my good friend Suzanne Warner [TIME, Feb. 17], but feel that I must defend myself against the inference . . . that Miss Jane Russell rouses the wolf in me!

True—very true—that I registered 28 centimeters [on an "emotion meter"] to Jane Russell in her loose bodice. But Suzanne cunningly omitted to mention that I registered even higher at the sight of a horse! What does that make me? Just an all-round emotional fellow, I suppose!

Also—and here's the real crux of the situation—the scientist in charge of the galvanometer assured me that though the machine...

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