View with Alarm: Aug. 11, 1924

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

A golfer who dubbed; a pitcher who suddenly "walked" two batters. (P. 1.)

The uncontrollable passion of an Austrian baroness. (P. 11.)

The consistent ambiguity of a long word. (P. 11.)

Barriers that were bent but not broken. (P. 15.)

A loud burst of laughter, a white cloud, nostrils issuing two wisps of whitish light. (P. 16.)

Figures that curled into space like the tail of Alice's mouse. (P. 19.)

Tall tales about gland-transplanting miracles, (P. 21.)

The one thing in the world that...

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