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game.". Two persons played this, man seizing one side of a fresh raw r skin and trying to jerk it from his ent and thus throw him to the d. Another recreation typical of the spirits of the Northmen was horseng, a pastime much preferred to -racing. Two stallions were matched ht, which they did with hoofs and being urged on by their owners with sticks. Applauding crowds of specno doubt got as much joy out of orm of entertainment as Britons of me period derived from bear-baiting. ning the pages of a reprint of Tho= “ Maine Woods, one comes across anecdote about his Indian guide : “I Polis if he was not glad to get home “No More Boiling Out That Radiator; but there was no relenting to his ess, and he said, It makes no differ
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THE VICTORY AT SEA
SENATOR DAVENPORT's name is famil
iar to Outlook readers not only as that of a Nationally known authority on government and as a leader of progress ivism in New York State, lyut also as a frequent contributor on political sub
jects to our columus. The social devel. T LAST, the most dangerous, the most picturesque, the with its industrial processes, and there
opment of America is closely bound up most thrilling theater of the war is opened up to the fore it is distinctly appropriate that so
close a student of our political and general reader ! The mystery that shrouded the naval com- social development should devote himbat, made necessary by the presence of a treacherous foe, is lifted self to the preparation of a survey of ,
conditions in one of the most modern at last by America's supreme naval commander. It is a book that of American industrial centers. It is a will repay reading many times—in its extraordinary interest and enport tells of " Treating Men White
very human story which Senator Davits historical value. It is history by a man who helped to make it. in Akron Town.”
HEODORE MAYNARD is an English A human story Can you picture
poet who deserves well of American
readers. He has been a visitor to our Admiral Sims and his collabo- A premier who never showed shores for the last year, spending rator, Burton J. Hendrick, have the agony he suffered when there part of the summer at the celebrated
MacDowell colony of artists, writers, made it a vitally human story. To seemed no escape from barbarism ? and musicians at Chocorua, New Hamp -the precision of the naval expert,
shire. Two volumes of poems from bis the care of the historian, is added
A stern British admiral who pen have recently appeared in Ameri the touch of human interest and
can editions. cooked food for survivors of tor
The first of these volumes was re good, sound writing.
pedoed ships, and then washed the viewed in The Outlook for December dishes ?
24, 1919. The second, as its title dis Did you know
closes, " A Tankard of Ale: An AntholThat only once in the life of
An American naval officer held ogy of Drinking Songs,” which Mr.
Maynard edited, deals with an art or the British Empire has a foreign
in suspicion because of the initials occupation which Americans for all on his clothing?
time have decided officially to deny to naval commander's colors been
British naval station ?
IE Book Table for this week con
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Chief of The Outlook, Lyman Abbott, when the submarine menace made
on the life-work of one of the most
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missionaries, Daniel Bliss. Dr. Bliss dark?
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