Point With Pride: Mar. 17, 1923

After a cursory view of TIME'S summary of events, the Generous Citizen points with pride to:

A Mexican election, which in prospect is bloodless. (P. 13.)

Doctors, who can't be fooled all the time—by a hot water bottle. (P. 21.) The agrarian proclivities of Pancho Villa. (P. 7.) Harvey, Child, Moore—from reporter to ambassador. (P. 7.) The courage of Utah's Governor In admitting that the devil did not create tobacco. (P. 7.)

President Harding's coat of tan. (P. 1.)

Li Yuan-Hung fighting the Tu-chuns. (P. 13.)

The school for manners proposed by a cosmopolitan novelist—Gertrude...

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