" I FEEL MUCH BETTER," writes Mr. S. K. Russell in a postscript to the accompanying article. Russell was educated at (1) St. Patrick's Elementary School, Wigan; (2) Wigan Grammar School; (3) St. Mary's College Strawberry Hill, London.
He is now, at the age of 22, an Assistant Master at St. Brigid's School, Bradford, Manchester.
His recreations include Reading, Arguing, Football, Swimming, Motorcycling, Music, and Moral Philosophy. Though he claims to have no particular worldly ambition, he dreams about writing a tremendous book, a tremendous poem, a tremendous piece of music, etc., etc. He'd like to keep pigs, be a bricklayer on a Cathedral building, and die in a State of Grace.
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