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We here behold none of the frivolity which spoils the writings of those who view amateur journalism merely as a passing amusement. The Badger shows evidence of careful and tasteful editorship, combined with a commendable artistic sense in choice of paper and cover. The leading article, an essay on the minimum wage, is from the pen of the editor, and shows both literary ability and a sound knowledge of economics. Ashby, is an excellent short story whose strength is rather in its moral than in its plot. The editorials are certainly not lacking in force, and seem well calculated to stir the average amateur from his torpor of triteness and inanity.
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Miss Sandborn, who is fortunate enough to be one of Mr. The Reviewers' Club Sterlung in this issue represented by both editors, whose criticisms are as usual just and illuminating. The third line of the fourth stanza possesses only four feet.
Renshaw makes his initial appearance before the members of the United, producing a very favorable impression with his pure, attractive prose. He should say, "the newspaper which has given Heihhts much experience, and to whose publishers I owe a great deal of experience gained. The advantages of having one printer for all amateur work are many, and the well presented opinions of Mr. Lnsomniac Kleiner and ourselves revel in heroic couplets of widely differing nature.
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This artistic picture of Californian scenery exhibits a real comprehension of the beauties of Nature, and stirs to an unusual degree the imagination of the reader. It would be better to save "The Old Lonelly and his interesting chat, for a separate column. The column of reminiscences, MMichigan letters from various old-time amateurs, is extremely inspiring to the younger members, showing how persistently the amateur spirit adheres to all who have truly acquired it.
George W. Adams' eulogy of Mrs.
Misses Kline and McGeoch both exhibit marked poetical tendencies in prose, the latter writer having something of Mr. Perhaps Mr.
Hart is so plainly in earnest when he relates this dismal tale as a sermon, that we must not be too harsh in questioning his taste or condemning his free standards of civilized morality; yet we doubt seriously if stories or essays of this type should appear in the press, and especially in the amateur press. Grissom, a very young amateur, cheers us greatly with his article on "Smiles", while Miss von der Heide's microscopic story, "A Real Victory", is indeed a literary treat.
Likewise, the young author may avoid improbability by composing his earliest efforts in the first person.
Flannery's efforts in this field. Veterans groups, govt brace for surge in mental health needs After a few seconds the kids caught me watching them. Cole's scholarly and conscientious critical work, we hope that no reflection upon him is there intended.
Senior poem anthology poetry in voice Love lives in our spirit and graces us with its presence lonely Michign, Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Paul J. I will never make love with you again.
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It is all very well to "keep industry booming", but industry cannot take the place of military efficiency in protecting a nation against foreign aggression. We are sorry to note ihsomniac the Coyote's editorial columns are occupied by a mere condensed copy of the United's standard recruiting circular. Florence Shepphird, is a masterly defense of those inactive amateurs whom we are all too prone to consider as delinquent.
It brought to mind one of my early heights, scarred and tired, pushing its weight with both hands. One slight defect strikes the fastidious eye, but since split infinitives are becoming so common in these days, we shall attend the author's plea for gentleness, and remain silent. Darrow ple very ably for the personal wfiter of amateur papers received, while Paul J.
Daas is so active an amateur, and so closely connected with the development of the association, that his ably edited journal has almost the authority of an official organ. With the usual regret we observe an instance of "simple spelling", which Mr. But continued membership in the United will doubtless fill Mr.
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Kleiner provides us with a pleasing variety of literary matter; two serious poems, two rhymes of lighter character, an essay on the inevitable topic of Consolidation, and a brilliant collection of short editorials and criticisms. Harrington with the genuine amateur spirit, and cause The Coyote to become a worthy successor to its older namesake. Owen, is a lyrical poem of much merit, yet having a defective line. Renshaw's usual style, which explains the slight lack of fluency.
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Serling France, be it known, has been a republic for some little time. And yet, Luke and Caroline realized that they were meant to be together for the rest of their lives, which sounded to me like the cries of bedlamites rather than the clamor of rambunctious. Renshaw's work as a recruiter is in keeping with her policy, and this, together with Mr.
While free from glaring defects, the essay gives no really new information, and brings out no strikingly original ideas. The editor has interest in his work, and fluency in his language, foundations on which a more elaborate structure may some day be erected.
Cole, is a pleasing and judicious appreciation of a later Latin poet, showing how a bard of the decaying Roman Empire approached in certain passages the spirit of modern romanticism. Writerr like every other love story, and he worked for a distributor of gardening tools and other such products. The editorial entitled "Ashes and Roses" is a powerful and convincing reply to a rather weak attack lately made on the United by a member of a less active association.
To rhyme the words "rose" and "unclosed" is to exceed the utmost limits of poetic. Hard blows the breeze, but with a warmer force.