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Early Develops the Qualities of a Leader. CHAPTER III.-College LIFE - - - - - - -
Enters College at the Age of Eighteen. Develops a Taste for Hunting and Natural
History. Is Active in all College Sports, Especially Wrestling and Boxing.
92 Recognized as a Factor in National Affairs. A Leader of Men, Loyal to the Best
Traditions of His Party, but Intensely an American. Maintaining a Splendid
Independence. The Forlorn Hope in the Race for Election as Mayor of New York
He came with the high reputation acquired as leader in the New York Assembly
at the age of twenty-three, as a prominent champion of reform and opponent of
Blaime at the Chicago convention when only twenty-five; as a candidate for
Up arose leaders of men who declared that secession had been a failure. They
joined the Government without having changed their principle of the rights of
States. Upon that platform they were elected, and the world of mankind was ...
In college he was not only a diligent student, but the leader in all manly sports
and pastimes. He wrestled and boxed, ran races and played football with the
same tense earnestness that he gave to his studies. He could never bear to
remain in ...
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I did not finish this book, and the first sentence from the first chapter may give you an idea why. "Restless as the sea his forefathers sailed to reach the new world; active as the soil that answered ... Read full review