Letters, Jul. 26, 1954

Whittledycut in the Bluegrass

Sir:

It was an extreme pleasure to see my favorite Senator make the July 5 cover of your magazine. As long as men of Senator John Sherman Cooper's caliber have a hand in running our Government . . . we will never lose our prestige in world leadership . . .

NORMAN L. GIRDLER M/Sgt., U.S.A.F. Denver

Sir:

. . . No one can find fault with Senator Cooper and his record. His trouble lies in the class of field he's running in. It's Correlation Cooper, a fine horse, up against Hasty Road Barkley, and that's too much horse. With a...

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