View with Alarm: Apr. 14, 1924

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

The heavy-hanging face of William Randolph Hearst. (P. 20.)

A willingness to discuss anything at any time on any evidence. (P. 17.)

A very thinly disguised Weber & Fields comedian. (P. 16.)

The "Teapot Dome scandal of grand operadom." (P. 13.)

A steamingly crowded hall. (P. 18.)

Uncle Sam's unpatted belly. (P. 4.)

Poison for Dr. Gessmann the first evening after their reunion. (P. 10.)

Fifty anti-Jewish students armed with clubs. (P. 11.)

The inevitable occidental camera. (P. 11.)

Mythical hoatzins. (P. 19.)

Buzzards and...

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