View with Alarm: Sep. 27, 1926

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

The traditional autumn man-euvres of the German army. (P. 13.)

103 waggles for two golf shots. (P. 26.)

"Gene Tunney" slain by "Jack Dempsey." (P. 26.)

"Womanette . . . the Woman's Friend." (P. 5.)

The barometer at 27.75 in a "Magic City." (P. 7.)

"Long pig." (P. 2.)

A stentorian auctioneer writhing, snoring, groaning beneath a blanket. (P. 38.)

So he swiftly made his own Those last spoils we had not won. (P. 10.)

One of the zeros in the arithmetic of life. (P. 32.)


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