Letters, Oct. 31, 1938

Inadvertent Brrp?

Sirs:

Unless Correspondent Anderson's "defense program"* (TIME, Oct., 10) was a tongue-in-cheek stunt it is high time he was taught that all Cornellians worthy of the name are accustomed to follow an inadvertent brrp with apologies, not an announcement of the Alma Mater.

JOHN S. LIVERMORE

Cornell '26

Rochester, N.Y.

Sirs:

May I suggest that you adopt the letter, "Defense Program," by Howard R. Anderson...as your motto for this country and print it in every one of your issues hereafter?

MAURICE M. UDWIN

Chicago, Ill.

Sirs:

Shades of William Walker! Who is the budding...

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