(1915)

George H. Doran, 1915 Series
Published in English (United States) United States
 
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The Thrill That Comes Once in a Lifetime (Table of Contents: 3)

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The First Time You Rode on a Scalper's Ticket (Table of Contents: 4)

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Testing the Tomato Can Telephone (Table of Contents: 5)

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Inspecting the First Pneumatic Tired Safety in Town (Table of Contents: 6)

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The First Time the Model Boy of the Village Coasted with the Reg'lar Fellers (Table of Contents: 7)

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The First Time You Read This Adventure in One of Horatio Alger's Books (Table of Contents: 8)

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A boy sees a man has dropped his wallet.

The Time Teacher Made This Momentous Announcement (Table of Contents: 9)

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The First Time You Called For Her with a Livery Horse and Buggy (Table of Contents: 10)

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Putting Things on the Track for No. 3 to Run Over (Table of Contents: 11)

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The Time You Were Hunting for Old Iron and Bottles to Sell the Junk Man and Found a Copper Boiler (Table of Contents: 12)

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Tormenting a Faithful Friend (Table of Contents: 13)

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The First Time Your Mother Suspected You Were a Slave to a Filthy Habit (Table of Contents: 14)

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The Day You B'longed to the Band (Table of Contents: 15)

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Flirting with Your Best Girl (Table of Contents: 16)

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Your First Experience in the Advertising Field (Table of Contents: 17)

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Riding with the Delivery Boy (Table of Contents: 18)

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Smellin' Each Other's Breath After Smokin' Cigaroots (Table of Contents: 19)

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Ridin' with th' Injuneer (Table of Contents: 20)

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The First Time You Coasted Down Main St. Without Holding Onto the Handlebars (Table of Contents: 21)

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Playing on the Sewer Mains (Table of Contents: 22)

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The First Time You Suped in a Shakespeare Play (Table of Contents: 23)

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The First Customer at the Lemonade Stand (Table of Contents: 24)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 25)

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When the Button Epidemic was at its Height
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The Time You Were Marching Out for Recess and a Little Girl's Petticoat Slipped to the Floor (Table of Contents: 26)

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The First Time a Drummer Called the Druggist's Clerk "Doc" (Table of Contents: 27)

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Smokin' Choc'lut Cigars (Table of Contents: 28)

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Our Boyhood Ambitions (Table of Contents: 29)

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Several of Us Cherished the Ambition to be Charles Dana Gibson's Office Boy (Table of Contents: 30)

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C. P. McConnel's was to Become an Expert Taffy Puller and Practice the Art Before Admiring and Envious Spectators (Table of Contents: 31)

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Being Principal of the High School for About 15 Minutes (Table of Contents: 32)

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Francis Gallup's was to Own and Operate a Cigarette Picture Factory (Table of Contents: 33)

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Charles Phelps Cushing's Ambition was to Become Master of the Art of Jiu Jitsu and Dispel, Swiftly and with Considerable Eclat, the Odious Gang at the Corner Drug Store (Table of Contents: 34)

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Our Copy Boy's is to Buy the Newspaper and Settle a Few Old Grudges (Table of Contents: 35)

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Harry Staton Harbored the Ambition to Grow a Heavy, Black Moustache Overnight and Then Walk Past the Girl Who Had Spurned Him, Leaving Her Overcome with Remorse and Chagrin (Table of Contents: 36)

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Attorney General Thomas Watt Gregory Wanted to be the Champion Wing Shot (Table of Contents: 37)

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Wm. M. Tobias Wanted to have a Corner on the Nation's Blanket Supply (Table of Contents: 38)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 39)

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R. M. Brinkerhoff Wanted to Sing in a Church Choir and have the Ladies in the Congregation Break Down and Sob Over His Solos
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Oscar Odd McIntyre Wanted to be the Star Tight-Rope Performer Who Gave a Free Exhibition Before Each Matinee (Table of Contents: 40)

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Herb Roth Wanted to be an Armored Knight and Rescue All the Beautiful Princesses in the World (Table of Contents: 41)

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Milton Bronner's Ambition was to be the Tall, Fair-Haired Boy Who Had Written a Lollipop Novel That All the Sweet Girls Read... (Table of Contents: 42)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 43)

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My boyhood ambition was to wear a pair of nickle-plated coiled wire sleeve-holders, and to own the largest private collection of dogs in the United States
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Harry McClure Yearned to be Recognized as a Regular City Man (Table of Contents: 44)

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President Wilson Wanted to Enter the Navy (Table of Contents: 45)

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George Ade Wanted to be a Brakeman (Table of Contents: 46)

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Vice-President Marshall Says His Boyhood Ambition was to be a Cobbler (Table of Contents: 47)

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Andrew Carnegie Wanted to be a Newspaper Reporter (Table of Contents: 48)

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Alex. Kadison, Who Used to Carry a Tiny Flask of Ammonia on His Person, Wanted to Use it on Crowded Cars in Reviving Stunningly Nymph-like Damsels From Fainting Spells (Table of Contents: 49)

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Old Bill Johnstone Says He Never Had Any Ambish When He was a Boy (Table of Contents: 50)

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Ray Rohn Wanted to Play the Title Role in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Bring the Show to the Home Town (Table of Contents: 51)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 52)

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Walter Francis Raleigh's was to be the Person Who Wears a Bulletproof Coat and Vest in the Experimental Tests of the Same
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A. Walter Utting Wanted to be a Castaway on a Desert Island and Write His Experiences for the Fellows Back Home to Read With Despair and Envy in Their Eyes
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Ray Stannard Baker Wanted to Hunt Colossal Wild Beasts, Chiefly Lions, Tigers, Elephants and Bears, and Slay Them With His Father's Army Pistol as They Were Charging Him
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Irvin S. Cobb Wanted to be a Drum Major
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 56)

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Our boyhood ambition was to occupy so exalted a position with a large corporation that intimate correspondence would have to be marked 'personal' lest it be inadvertently opened by one of our secretaries
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Coming Back to the Home Town a Full Fledged Clown (Table of Contents: 57)

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F. K. Wanted to Own a Circus, and When it Came to His Home Town Order the Ticketman to Let His Parents in Free (Table of Contents: 58)

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After Reading Robinson Crusoe, C. H. Davids Who Had a Weakness for Raisins, Wanted to Emulate Mr. Crusoe and Grow His Own Supply (Table of Contents: 59)

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Dixie Hines Wanted All the Beautiful Women in the World to Read Nick Carter To Him In Relays (Table of Contents: 60)

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Dr. Frank Crane's Boyhood Ambition Was to Own a Furnished House So He Could Smash Things To His Heart's Content (Table of Contents: 61)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 62)

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Holding out against my mother's hope that I would become president, I long cherished the idea of being the driver of the bus, Mamie Young...
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 63)

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Jack Appleton wanted to drive a sprinkling cart so he could catch the policeman at the corner who broke up the one old cat games in the alley...
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The Most Futile Thing in the World (Table of Contents: 64)

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Arriving at a summer resort and trying to appear indifferent to the decorations placed on your baggage by your friends
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Trying to Enjoy Your Friend's Records After You've Heard 'em Ten or Twelve Times (Table of Contents: 66)

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Building a House That Will Suit Your Friends (Table of Contents: 67)

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Trying to Question the Nurse (Table of Contents: 68)

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Trying to Liven Up a Poker Game When the Ladies Are Sitting In (Table of Contents: 69)

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Trying to Convince Veteran Motorists That You Intend to be a Conservative Driver (Table of Contents: 70)

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Trying To Interest a Real Boy on Halloween with This Sort of Thing (Table of Contents: 71)

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Trying to Give Your Son a Regular Boy's Name (Table of Contents: 74)

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Life's Darkest Moments (Table of Contents: 75)

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The Time You Tried to Get Your Ball and Bat While Your Mother was Beating Rugs (Table of Contents: 76)

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The Time You Stayed After School to Avoid Meeting a Certain Big Boy Who was Waiting For You Outside (Table of Contents: 77)

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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 78)

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When You Were Hauling the Family Wash to the Laundress and Met the Teacher and the One Girl in the World (Table of Contents: 79)

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And after you get the tacks out, Archibald, you can take the carpet out in the back yard and give it a thorough beating-
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[no title indexed] (Table of Contents: 82)

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Albert, you come straight in the house and put your flannels back on! You hear me? The i-de-a!
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When You've Worked For the Firm Only 6 Months and the Office Force Begins Talking Vacation (Table of Contents: 83)

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The First Time You Wore Your New Bicycle Togs on Main Street (Table of Contents: 84)

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Some Statistics. (Table of Contents: 86)

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It Takes Real Genius to Keep the Awful Secret. (Table of Contents: 87)

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A Campaign for Soft Collars Is On. (Table of Contents: 88)

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Now We're Sure Spring Is Here. (Table of Contents: 89)

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The Boy Whose Mother Read Tom Sawyer. (Table of Contents: 90)

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The S.P.C.A. Pays No Attention to Heartbreaks (Table of Contents: 91)

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The Glad Vacation Time Arrives. (Table of Contents: 92)

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Another Aviator Meets His Doom. (Table of Contents: 93)

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A War Picture. (Table of Contents: 95)

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Brown Tied the Dog to the Car Before Going in the House. (Table of Contents: 96)

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We'd Be Doing It Ourselves If We Were Younger. (Table of Contents: 97)

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Have You Ever Noticed? (Table of Contents: 98)

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Mrs. Brown Loses a Key on a Dark Street. (Table of Contents: 99)

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Spring. (Table of Contents: 100)

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Pa Finally Locates the Sport Page of Last Night's Paper. (Table of Contents: 102)

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The California Relatives Hold a Mass Meeting. (Table of Contents: 103)

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The Opening of the Spring Campaign. (Table of Contents: 105)

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We Always Fall for It, Too. (Table of Contents: 106)

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They Always Do It. (Table of Contents: 107)

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  1. 0. [no title indexed]
  2. 1. [no title indexed]
  3. 2. [no title indexed]
  4. 3. The Thrill That Comes Once in a Lifetime
  5. 4. The First Time You Rode on a Scalper's Ticket
  6. 5. Testing the Tomato Can Telephone
  7. 6. Inspecting the First Pneumatic Tired Safety in Town
  8. 7. The First Time the Model Boy of the Village Coasted with the Reg'lar Fellers
  9. 8. The First Time You Read This Adventure in One of Horatio Alger's Books
  10. 9. The Time Teacher Made This Momentous Announcement
  11. 10. The First Time You Called For Her with a Livery Horse and Buggy
  12. 11. Putting Things on the Track for No. 3 to Run Over
  13. 12. The Time You Were Hunting for Old Iron and Bottles to Sell the Junk Man and Found a Copper Boiler
  14. 13. Tormenting a Faithful Friend
  15. 14. The First Time Your Mother Suspected You Were a Slave to a Filthy Habit
  16. 15. The Day You B'longed to the Band
  17. 16. Flirting with Your Best Girl
  18. 17. Your First Experience in the Advertising Field
  19. 18. Riding with the Delivery Boy
  20. 19. Smellin' Each Other's Breath After Smokin' Cigaroots
  21. 20. Ridin' with th' Injuneer
  22. 21. The First Time You Coasted Down Main St. Without Holding Onto the Handlebars
  23. 22. Playing on the Sewer Mains
  24. 23. The First Time You Suped in a Shakespeare Play
  25. 24. The First Customer at the Lemonade Stand
  26. 25. ["When the Button Epidemic was at its Height"]
  27. 26. The Time You Were Marching Out for Recess and a Little Girl's Petticoat Slipped to the Floor
  28. 27. The First Time a Drummer Called the Druggist's Clerk "Doc"
  29. 28. Smokin' Choc'lut Cigars
  30. 29. Our Boyhood Ambitions
  31. 30. Several of Us Cherished the Ambition to be Charles Dana Gibson's Office Boy
  32. 31. C. P. McConnel's was to Become an Expert Taffy Puller and Practice the Art Before Admiring and Envious Spectators
  33. 32. Being Principal of the High School for About 15 Minutes
  34. 33. Francis Gallup's was to Own and Operate a Cigarette Picture Factory
  35. 34. Charles Phelps Cushing's Ambition was to Become Master of the Art of Jiu Jitsu and Dispel, Swiftly and with Considerable Eclat, the Odious Gang at the Corner Drug Store
  36. 35. Our Copy Boy's is to Buy the Newspaper and Settle a Few Old Grudges
  37. 36. Harry Staton Harbored the Ambition to Grow a Heavy, Black Moustache Overnight and Then Walk Past the Girl Who Had Spurned Him, Leaving Her Overcome with Remorse and Chagrin
  38. 37. Attorney General Thomas Watt Gregory Wanted to be the Champion Wing Shot
  39. 38. Wm. M. Tobias Wanted to have a Corner on the Nation's Blanket Supply
  40. 39. ["R. M. Brinkerhoff Wanted to Sing in a Church Choir and have the Ladies in the Congregation Break Down and Sob Over His Solos"]
  41. 40. Oscar Odd McIntyre Wanted to be the Star Tight-Rope Performer Who Gave a Free Exhibition Before Each Matinee
  42. 41. Herb Roth Wanted to be an Armored Knight and Rescue All the Beautiful Princesses in the World
  43. 42. Milton Bronner's Ambition was to be the Tall, Fair-Haired Boy Who Had Written a Lollipop Novel That All the Sweet Girls Read...
  44. 43. ["My boyhood ambition was to wear a pair of nickle-plated coiled wire sleeve-holders, and to own the largest private collection of dogs in the United States"]
  45. 44. Harry McClure Yearned to be Recognized as a Regular City Man
  46. 45. President Wilson Wanted to Enter the Navy
  47. 46. George Ade Wanted to be a Brakeman
  48. 47. Vice-President Marshall Says His Boyhood Ambition was to be a Cobbler
  49. 48. Andrew Carnegie Wanted to be a Newspaper Reporter
  50. 49. Alex. Kadison, Who Used to Carry a Tiny Flask of Ammonia on His Person, Wanted to Use it on Crowded Cars in Reviving Stunningly Nymph-like Damsels From Fainting Spells
  51. 50. Old Bill Johnstone Says He Never Had Any Ambish When He was a Boy
  52. 51. Ray Rohn Wanted to Play the Title Role in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Bring the Show to the Home Town
  53. 52. ["Walter Francis Raleigh's was to be the Person Who Wears a Bulletproof Coat and Vest in the Experimental Tests of the Same"]
  54. 53. ["A. Walter Utting Wanted to be a Castaway on a Desert Island and Write His Experiences for the Fellows Back Home to Read With Despair and Envy in Their Eyes"]
  55. 54. ["Ray Stannard Baker Wanted to Hunt Colossal Wild Beasts, Chiefly Lions, Tigers, Elephants and Bears, and Slay Them With His Father's Army Pistol as They Were Charging Him"]
  56. 55. ["Irvin S. Cobb Wanted to be a Drum Major"]
  57. 56. ["Our boyhood ambition was to occupy so exalted a position with a large corporation that intimate correspondence would have to be marked 'personal' lest it be inadvertently opened by one of our secretaries"]
  58. 57. Coming Back to the Home Town a Full Fledged Clown
  59. 58. F. K. Wanted to Own a Circus, and When it Came to His Home Town Order the Ticketman to Let His Parents in Free
  60. 59. After Reading Robinson Crusoe, C. H. Davids Who Had a Weakness for Raisins, Wanted to Emulate Mr. Crusoe and Grow His Own Supply
  61. 60. Dixie Hines Wanted All the Beautiful Women in the World to Read Nick Carter To Him In Relays
  62. 61. Dr. Frank Crane's Boyhood Ambition Was to Own a Furnished House So He Could Smash Things To His Heart's Content
  63. 62. ["Holding out against my mother's hope that I would become president, I long cherished the idea of being the driver of the bus, Mamie Young..."]
  64. 63. ["Jack Appleton wanted to drive a sprinkling cart so he could catch the policeman at the corner who broke up the one old cat games in the alley..."]
  65. 64. The Most Futile Thing in the World
  66. 65. ["Arriving at a summer resort and trying to appear indifferent to the decorations placed on your baggage by your friends"]
  67. 66. Trying to Enjoy Your Friend's Records After You've Heard 'em Ten or Twelve Times
  68. 67. Building a House That Will Suit Your Friends
  69. 68. Trying to Question the Nurse
  70. 69. Trying to Liven Up a Poker Game When the Ladies Are Sitting In
  71. 70. Trying to Convince Veteran Motorists That You Intend to be a Conservative Driver
  72. 71. Trying To Interest a Real Boy on Halloween with This Sort of Thing
  73. 72. Trying to Get Up an Impromptu Game of Jackpot at 8 O'clock in the Evening
  74. 73. Trying to Duck the Operation at the Last Minute
  75. 74. Trying to Give Your Son a Regular Boy's Name
  76. 75. Life's Darkest Moments
  77. 76. The Time You Tried to Get Your Ball and Bat While Your Mother was Beating Rugs
  78. 77. The Time You Stayed After School to Avoid Meeting a Certain Big Boy Who was Waiting For You Outside
  79. 78. ["Aren't you going to eat your shortcake! What on earth ails you, Edwin?"]
  80. 79. When You Were Hauling the Family Wash to the Laundress and Met the Teacher and the One Girl in the World
  81. 80. The Time You Were Snooping Around the Circus and a Canvas Man Inside the Tent Smashed You in a Jaw
  82. 81. ["And after you get the tacks out, Archibald, you can take the carpet out in the back yard and give it a thorough beating-"]
  83. 82. ["Albert, you come straight in the house and put your flannels back on! You hear me? The i-de-a!"]
  84. 83. When You've Worked For the Firm Only 6 Months and the Office Force Begins Talking Vacation
  85. 84. The First Time You Wore Your New Bicycle Togs on Main Street
  86. 85. Dogs and Automobiles and Things
  87. 86. Some Statistics.
  88. 87. It Takes Real Genius to Keep the Awful Secret.
  89. 88. A Campaign for Soft Collars Is On.
  90. 89. Now We're Sure Spring Is Here.
  91. 90. The Boy Whose Mother Read Tom Sawyer.
  92. 91. The S.P.C.A. Pays No Attention to Heartbreaks
  93. 92. The Glad Vacation Time Arrives.
  94. 93. Another Aviator Meets His Doom.
  95. 94. The Backslider.
  96. 95. A War Picture.
  97. 96. Brown Tied the Dog to the Car Before Going in the House.
  98. 97. We'd Be Doing It Ourselves If We Were Younger.
  99. 98. Have You Ever Noticed?
  100. 99. Mrs. Brown Loses a Key on a Dark Street.
  101. 100. Spring.
  102. 101. The Decoy.
  103. 102. Pa Finally Locates the Sport Page of Last Night's Paper.
  104. 103. The California Relatives Hold a Mass Meeting.
  105. 104. The Black Hand Signal.
  106. 105. The Opening of the Spring Campaign.
  107. 106. We Always Fall for It, Too.
  108. 107. They Always Do It.
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