View With Alarm, Mar. 3, 1924


Having perused well the chronicle of the week, the Vigilant Patriot views with alarm:

The act of a lovelorn loon. (P. 12.)

"A very low type of entertainment which for many reasons should be discontinued." (P. 30.)

An "alien Judas Iscariot tool for Jesuitical propaganda." (P. 28.)

"Prostituted college professors." (P. 17.)

A play that would take a month to perform. (P. 30.)

A congregation, mostly female. (P. 18.)

Shakespeare without the spears. (P. 16.)

Senators on record; Senators in a hole. (P. 22.)

A moody and bitter debutante. (P. 14.)

Benito "unwashed for days." (P....

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