Point With Pride: May 19, 1923

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

Flying phalangers, bandicoots, wombats and spotted dasyures. (P. 21.)

Editors in Birmingham, who will go to jail for their convictions. (P. 24.)

The artificial eyelash. (P. 4.)

Colonel Rossetti, who sank the Viribus Unitis and criticised the Fascisti. (P. 11.)

Abraham Lincoln, cinema star. (P. 6.)

Heligoland, which is to be a second Monte Carlo. (P. 11.)

A Chairman of the Shipping Board who knows something about the shipping business. (P. 3.)

John W. Davis, possible Democratic Presidential candidate. (P. 6.)...

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