View with Alarm: Jun. 11, 1923

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

Indifference to "indigents."

Trees which hide the woods; Senators who hide the Senate.

Public debates before public libraries.

Frenchmen who invite Americans to wear their hats backwards.

Football, an excellent sport for all but the ball.

2½% of the advertising of Japan, which cannot face the Shimbunkishi.

The vision of H. G. Wells—it spells disaster.

The Senegalese view of American sportsmanship.

Bismarck's plumbing, like Bismarck's politics, inadequate for Cuno.

An Esthonian Encyclopedia.

The Camelots du Boi, who are rowdy in the French Chamber of...

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