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SMALL) CURLY-HAIRED BOY" OFFIVE" WOULD'
RATHER BE A HERO THAN GO TQ SCHOOL
Brooks is six years old and-has just,
commenced attending sqhool. He
doesn't like it that is, he likes
school, but would like to be able to
go there only when he feels like it
He likes acting and has more than
made good at it. His greatest gift is
an imagination which enables him to'
grasp the, motive of the- plays he
works in with a readiness and in
sight that is marvelous.
At five years of age he made his
first appearance in "The Social Sec
retary" and. caught the "hang" of
picture acting right away. Afterwards
he played star parts with the Lubin
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It took some coaxing to get him to
act the part of the yillian, but he fin
ally consented. Brooks is the Son of
the Lubin scenario editor. His home
"is at Glenside, Pa., and Lawrence
Brooks McCloskey is his full title.
Tallest building in the world, $01
feet high, will be erected in Greeley
square, New York City, to house the
Pan-American states Ass'n.
The play given Wednesday night
was line and deserves much praise.
It was given by our home talent
young people, instructed by Mr.
Adams, of Angola, of which we are
justly proud of. Each one did their
part fine'and it is hoped they will play
again, of which they have been re
quested, and some talk of going else
i re poYt Wayne Journal-Gazette.
Mrs. Russell Sage has granted an
extension of time to Princeton to ob
tain $400,000, on which "her gift of
$100,000 presented at last'commence
jnent was dependent.-- - --
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