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Letters: Tiger Woods, City Life and Dealing with Floods

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Letters: Tiger Woods, City Life and Dealing with Floods

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Letters: Tiger Woods, City Life and Dealing with Floods

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Listeners comment on Tiger Woods' win at the U.S. Open last week and talk about the special attributes of the cities they live in. Neal Marple, secretary of Cedar Rapids Area Theatre Organ Society, and Kate Donovan, a resident of Iowa City, tell their stories about how they are coping with the waters that have caused devastation in their hometowns.