Point With Pride: May 28, 1923

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

King George, not adverse to swapping. (P. 9.)

Sarah's "food boss" and d'Her-elle's "germ-eater." (P. 20.)

Alaska's golden spike. (P. 7.)

The statesman who wrote Washington's Farewell address. (P. 1.)

The enterprise of a young promoter of a great virtuoso. (P. 18.)

" Tay Pay," Father of the House of Commons. (P. 9.)

Mrs. Jay J. Morrow. She ended a stupid prejudice by being friendly to the wife of a President. (P. 5.)

The Federation Bank of New York. It is...

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