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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...gs I have a Shorthand System, easily as good as the best now taught in any American Business College, that 1 can teach In twelve (12) evenings. Tui- t... ...tiff bononi And i\cgllgrt. l)offqo«il*d variety, from $I.SO up. .-. EMPIRE THEATRE .-. 'PiuiKilny, Iiliirch 5 Hichurd C^nrli-'s Own (.lomoflinn .lohn ... ...aw in Rochester, N. Y. ^ Cbe Richmond Tdc Ulcllington north /Idams. IDass. AMERICAN & EUROPEAN PLAN E. M. Moore, Mgr. W. S, Underwood Go. it PIANOS, i... ...Ten Eyck Albany Fireproof European Plan Orchestral Concerts in Grill after Theatre and during Dinner 6.30 to B.30 o'clock Excelsior Printing Co. Harva... ...nager, J. H. Lapliaui '07; captain, C. M. Waters 'lo. Glee Club—Manager of Musical Associa- tion, C. B. Rogers "07 ; leader of mandolin club, T. K. Th... ...—Manager,]. H.Laphani '07; captain, C. M. Waters '10. Glee Club—Manager of Musical Associa- tion, C. B. Rogers "07 ; leader of mandolin club, T. K. Tl... ...localized jokes of the first part were appreciated equally by audience and actors. The "entire circle" sang the 'grand ensemble" just as the cur- tain... ... will leave tomorroow ai'ning The possibility of ns- in.r any fresliiiia!! maleriul. as was dciie la'it year, is removed by the .ru'o, passed since th... ....Songs , . - ].00 New Songs for llollege Glee Clubs . . .tlO New SonKS for Male tjuartrts - - - .BO Songsof the Unlvcrsily of Pennsylvania . l.BO Song...

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An Englishman Looks at the World Being a Series of Unrestrained Remarks Upon Contemporary Matters

By: H. G. Wells

..................................................................... 182 THE AMERICAN POPULATION .......................................................... ...ory of this development and arrive at any other conclusion. The French and Americans can laugh at our aeroplanes, the Ger- mans are ten years ahead of... ... nor the overthrow of Napoleon; it is here and now. It falls to them to be actors not in a remi- niscent pageant but a living conflict, and the sooner... ...tinual repetitions. Now this human over-life may take either beneficent or maleficent or neutral aspects towards the general life of hu- manity. It ma... ...riters and artists, for example, nor the stage—though it may build and own theatres—the tailor, the dressmaker, the restaurant cook, an enormous multi... ...uality of this American tradi- tion of unconditional freedom for the adult male citizen. I have shown that from the point of view of anyone who re- ga... ...ays been his dream to have a piano. The youngest girl, he is convinced, is musical. As a man who has knocked about the world and has thought, he quite...

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