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Editorial – Strength Magazine – November, 1920

While our friend Bryant may have known what he was talking about, I can hardly agree with his designation of the days of autumn. Perhaps they may be melancholy days to some, for instance the man who is contemplating the amount of his winter coal bills. But to most of us they mean an added zest in life, a new awakening to the possibilities of physical betterment, which is more or less of an impossibility under the scorching summer sun.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas