View with Alarm: Apr. 28, 1924

Having perused well the chronicle of the week, the Vigilant Patriot views with alarm: An unrecognized and presumably bastard brother. (P. 17.) The foot of one Eric Hamilton, crushed in an elevator. (P. 19.)

Sentiments that would curdle the postprandial ice cream. (P. 22.)

A combine "conspiring, combining, confederating, agreeing and cooperating between or among themselves." (P. 23.)

An orifice so small it could not function. (P. 19.)

Epigrams which fall like anvils. (P. 15.)

An asthmatic horse, a tailless rooster, two scolding hens. (P. 16.)

Daughters flirting too outrageously with students. (P. 17.)

A solo on a...

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