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Review of reviews and world's work . THE polytechnics GYMNASIUM. IN THE REFRESHMENT-ROOM. as secretary and manager of the Regent Street es-tablishment. He is accompanied to America byMr. Douglas Hogg, who has but lately completed hisstudies at Eton, and has now entered upon a periodof work and service as one of the managing staff ofthe Polytechnic. It was as a young man fresh fromEton tliat his father, Mr. Quintin Hogg, began, sometwenty years or more ago, his work among theapprentice lads of London which has had so ex-traordinary a develop-ment. Not least importantamong the zealou.sworkers wh

Review of reviews and world's work . THE polytechnics GYMNASIUM. IN THE REFRESHMENT-ROOM. as secretary and manager of the Regent Street es-tablishment. He is accompanied to America byMr. Douglas Hogg, who has but lately completed hisstudies at Eton, and has now entered upon a periodof work and service as one of the managing staff ofthe Polytechnic. It was as a young man fresh fromEton tliat his father, Mr. Quintin Hogg, began, sometwenty years or more ago, his work among theapprentice lads of London which has had so ex-traordinary a develop-ment. Not least importantamong the zealou.sworkers wh Stock Photo
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Review of reviews and world's work . THE polytechnics GYMNASIUM. IN THE REFRESHMENT-ROOM. as secretary and manager of the Regent Street es-tablishment. He is accompanied to America byMr. Douglas Hogg, who has but lately completed hisstudies at Eton, and has now entered upon a periodof work and service as one of the managing staff ofthe Polytechnic. It was as a young man fresh fromEton tliat his father, Mr. Quintin Hogg, began, sometwenty years or more ago, his work among theapprentice lads of London which has had so ex-traordinary a develop-ment. Not least importantamong the zealou.sworkers whose wholetime is given to the administration of the in-stitute is Mr. J. E. K.Studd, a gentlemanwhose record in footballand athletics at Cam-bridge University gaveliim international famc!among amateur andcollegiate sportsmen,and whose presence atthe Polytechnic notonly promotes athleticenthusiasm, and accounts in some degreefor the great niunber ofprizes the Polytechnicclubs and teams arewinning in Britishamateur contests, butwhose

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