Letters, Feb. 10, 1947

Boston Nymphs

Sirs:

IN ALL MY TWELVE YEARS' EXPERIENCE AS A BAND LEADER . . . MY OBSERVATIONS ARE ENTIRELY OPPOSITE FROM THOSE REPORTED BY ART MOONEY IN THE PEOPLE SECTION OF YOUR JAN. 2O ISSUE. MOONEY MUST HAVE REFERENCE TO GIRLS OTHER THAN NEW ENGLANDERS BECAUSE THE GIRLS I HAVE WATCHED DANCING IN . . . BOSTON POSSESSED FIGURES THAT CAN BEST BE DESCRIBED AS NYMPHLIKE. ... I HAVE NOT SEEN ANY TEEN-AGE FEMININE STEVEDORES. . . .

RANNY WEEKS Boston

Tinker's Trap

Sirs:

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