View with Alarm: Nov. 24, 1924

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

Medicine that many have to take after dining richly. (P. 28, col. 2.)

Imbecilic protests at open amours. (P. 12, col. 3.)

Corpulent Italian, Spanish, French or German aliens. (P. 13, col. 1.)

Trousers generally a foot too short in the leg. (P. 14, col. 2.)

"Very lax supervision . . . frequenting of one another's rooms . . . very considerable drinking." (P. 17, col. 1.)

The exit of ''Red" Grange from 1924 football. (P. 28, col. 3.)

A dagger in the mail. (P....

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