Point With Pride: Jul. 9, 1923


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

The Tiber's mud. Long years it held Minerva in embrace. (P. 15.)

Surplus in millions. U. S. 310, Great Britain 510. (P. 2.)

Labor -Leader Lewis. He spoke, and radical carcasses removed themselves. (P. 4.)

Labor-Leader Lansbury. He tolerates his King. (P. 8.)

The notable god Ilbaba. He was lost; Oxford and Chicago found him. (P. 20.)

Ganna Walska. She has wealth, beauty, power; but still is human in her winters and summers of discontent. (P. 13.)


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