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At the annual meeting of the British and Foreign Bible Society in London, Dr. Cyril Garbett, Archbishop of York, deplored Christian reading habits: "While at one time the Bible was the book certain to be found in every house, today there are many homes without a Bible, and in some of those where it is found, it is not used except when it is opened for some help in a crossword puzzle."

In Manhattan, Critic George Jean Nathan, 70, an amateur baseball fan, told the New York Times that there were some things still beneath...

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