Point With Pride: Jun. 25, 1923

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

Oversubscription—the best vote of confidence in the soundness of national finance. (P. 2.) Consolidation, coming to churches as well as railroads. (P. 17.)

Terrible Turks who vent their energies at Olympics. (P. 24.)

Varsity letters for the class of '60. (P. 24.)'

The savoir faire of Lord Robert Cecil in reprimanding " Lord Stephen." (P. 6.)

An American unsophisticated enough to exhibit enthusiasm over the Stars and Stripes. (P. 1.)

Those daily newspapers which refused to be led into temptation...

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