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My Brother THEODORE ROOSEVELT

BY CORINNĘ ROOSEVELT ROBINSON THE SISTER OF COLONEL ROOSEVELT has spoken scores of times, particularly before young children, about her brother and his views on the right kind of good Americans. Now she has set down

. the intimate personal recollections of her brother from nursery days until he became the leading citizen of the world. “I want to write m own recollections of him,” says Mrs. Robinson, “our talks together all his life our personal letters. My view of him in the book is THE GREAT SHARER, giving his life and the best that was in him to his family, his friends, and the country.

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MAJOR E. ALEXANDER POWELL
"ADVENTURING AFTER ADVEN-
TURE"
Major Powell, who has been in every

war for the last twenty years as correspondent or as officer, and in times of peace has travelled in many strange countries, recently returned from a “ Motion Picture Expedition in Malaysia.” His narrative has all the variety of scene and the supply of odd characters and situations that make the charm of a comic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan or George Ade. The narrative will be fully illustrated with pictures made from the films.

MAKING A FRENCH UNIVER
SITY OUT OF A GERMAN UNI
VERSITY
Professor Charles Downer Hazen, o

Columbia University, will spend the next academic year at the University of Strasbourg Alsace, lecturing on American History. He will de scribe how the faculty of two hundred men has been built at Strasbourg from Frenchmen; the great German faculty has of course entirely disappeared

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PSYCHOLOGY GOLDBRICKS
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the Psychological Laboratory, University of Michigan, will contribute a group of articles called "Psychology Goldbricks.” They are a criticism on psychological grounds of memory systems, systems for training the will, character analysis, and courses in so-called “applied psychology.” They tell frankly and impartially the strong and weak points of the systems discussed.

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THE OUTLINE
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Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind

By H. G. Wells

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THE LAW OF THE AIR -Dr. Frank Crane

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: OF OUR

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