by H. . Wabster

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This makes the second Webster cartoon collection this season -- the other is rather more specialized in its focus, To Hell With Fishing (Appleton-Century -- ). Where that collection was drawn from all of his series, and confined to one subject, this taps the various cartoon classics produced by Webster, and offers his own choice of his best ( and abetted by Frank Sullivan, who supplies the introduction). The Soul, quetoast, Life's Darkest Moment -- who doesn't know and enjoy them? Sullivan calls him -- ""Vitamin Webster"" and advises serving with breakfast, as a good start to the day. He is not just fun, either. He tilta at his own windmills, shame and mugness.

Pub Date: Nov. 19th, 1945
Publisher: McBride