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Delicate in Health, His Masterful Spirit Wins for Him a Stalwart Frame. 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
A Typical American Charles Eugene Banks, Le Roy Armstrong ... - ) ---------~--~~~
~ ~~ ---- - - - - - - - Who goes here? An American Brain and spirit and brawn.
An American Brain and spirit and brawn and heart, "Twas for him that the nations
spared €ach Ho he years its nobles? park; Till from he Dutch, the Gaul and Cel?
Blossomed the soul of Roosevel}. Słuden?, rooper and genoleman Level-lidded
Roosevelt, Colonel Wood and other officers were all in fine spirits, and assured
me they had everything and that they would be comfortable in the cars that night.
The next day I put them into camp, and in an hour the entire regiment was out ...
He was the owner of a spirit that would not let him rest. His whole being
demanded action, and his reason would be satisfied with nothing less than action
to some good end. He plunged into literature and in less than two years
completed a ...
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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