View with Alarm: Oct. 11, 1926

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

"The worthy, conscientious, entirely unmeaning and uninteresting son of plump old Edward VII." (P. 14.)

Drake into ducks. (P. 35.)

The Next President of Harvard. (P. 22.)

"Low morale . . . tawdry esprit de corps" in hospitals. (P. 26.)

Briand's blazing wheat. (P. 28.)

A smart, bullnecked, smoldering son of a blacksmith. (P. 13.)

A fat succulent spider. (P. 34.)

Tom-toms, torches, a naked black woman stretched on a hide. (P. 34.)

Twins in Ciceronian nooks. (P. 11.)


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