Letters, may 18, 1953

The Flying Bridgeman

Sir:

. . . Bill Bridgeman [TIME, April 27] was always the "Old Campaigner," but I guess he is younger than a lot of us. I, for one, would not touch his job with a pole measuring twelve nautical miles. In my opinion it's time that people started to re-examine the value of the tandem bicycle.

RICHARD J. POTTER

Memphis

Sir:

Compliments on your Bill Bridgeman article. I would like to make two minor corrections: I obtained an annulment, not he, in Honolulu in 1949. It was seven years later, not six. Odd,...

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