View with Alarm: Oct. 27, 1924

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

A green glooming fluid in a sticky bottle. (P. 18.)

Hearty Renaissance humor related in purest Brooklynese. (P. 15.)

The dauble life of clergymen, professors, business men. (P. 13.)

An unobliging turtle. (P. 1.)

A situation as complex and interdependent as a chess problem. (P. 26.)

A duchess' reckless regard for a young silversmith. (P. 15.)

Fever, Sweating, temper, sensitiveness. (P. 18.)

The famous call "Rush help!" (P. 27.)

A creature of nightmare . . . the most abject embodiment of mankind on earth (P....

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