Point with Pride: Jun. 4, 1923

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

The He-girls of Heidelberg. They want duelling rights. (P.9)

Trolley cars in Peking, despite the catcalls of the coolies. (P. 12)

The prolificacy of Mr. J. Haldeman-Julius. (P. 16)

The Burbank onion and potato; the giant amaryllis; the crimson winter rhubarb. (P. 20)

A cancer cure announced by a physician of the highest standing. (P.19)

Those 24 ladies of the United States who rose to the honor of courtesying to a king. (P. 8)

Dr. Welch of Baltimore. He receives the pathological and bacteriological gold-headed...

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