Sirs: I am inclosing a clipping from the Dayton Journal. The morning newspaper which printed the story, unlike its sister afternoon headliner the Herald and Jimmy Cox's* News, is usually quite unsensational, commonplace, dull and unimportant—it seldom "probes" or "raps." I do not think it even prints an annual sea-serpent story. So much for the implied authenticity of the story. PAUL A. LAY
To Subscriber Lay, $3. See AERONAUTICS.—ED.
President Coolidge, speaking like Jefferson, acts like Hamilton.