A Letter From The Publisher, May 1, 1950

Several football seasons ago a young man from out of town got one of our research librarians on the phone. The caller was embarrassed and troubled. It was Saturday morning. He had two tickets for the Army-Notre Dame game that afternoon, and a date with a beautiful girl. But he could not for the life of him remember her name. He did know, though, that TIME had once run a photograph of the young lady's aunt thumbing her nose at the camera. If the photograph could be found, he would have his date's last name. The TIME librarian located the picture,...

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