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Madison, Dolly. Athletics, baseball, football.
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Monumental Church. Bible in the public schools.
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Richmond-Burning of theatre, Dazghters of the American Revolu
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Seven modern wonders of the world. Fee system.
Sheppard, William L. Fire-arms, carrying.
Short ballot. Francisco, Peter.
State banks. Free school books.
Taxation in Virginia. Gambling (race tracks).
Tredegar iron works. Game laws.
University of Virginia. Ghosts, Virginia.
Virginia State Fair and its organHonor system.
izer, Gen. W. H. Richardson. intson, Stonewall.
Virginia place names. vaes, John Paul.
Virginia State Library. Cordon enabling act.
Virginia State seal. Journalism.
Waddell, James. hvenile Court and probation. Washington and Lee University. Labor laws for women.
Westham foundry. Landmarks, preserving.
Westmoreland Club, Richmond, Lee, Gen. R. E.
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The Abridged Debater's Handbook Series:
Fortification of the Panama canal.
White Plains, N. Y., H. W. Wilson Co. 32p. Price, $.25 each.
A series of 32-page pamphlets, edited on the same plan as the Debaters' handbook series. Each pamphlet contains a brief, a bibliography, and reprints of the best material available.
Alden, Raymond Macdonald. The art of debate. By Raymond Macdonald
Alden, Associate Professor in Leland Stanford Junior University. New
York. Henry Holt & Co., c. 1900. 279p. $1.12. Baker, George P. Readings for students. Specimens of argumentation.
Modern. Compiled by George P. Baker, Assistant Professor in English, Harvard University. Second edition, revised. New York. Henry
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Briefs and bibliography.
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Resolved, That American cities should adopt a commission form of government.
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