The Press: The Tie That Binds

In Paris, Delhi, London, Frankfurt and Ottawa, Chicago Tribune foreign correspondents last week were sporting dazzling red, white & blue hand-painted neckties. They displayed a picture of the Tribune Tower, complete to the Stars & Stripes flying from the top. The ties were gifts from Publisher Robert Rutherford McCormick, who wore one himself on his recent round-the-world junket (TIME, March 20); and thereby got the idea that his correspondents should also be suitably identified.


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