Point with Pride: Jan. 28, 1924

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

Quiet, modest Cordell Hull. (P. 6.)

A helpful extravaganza that stimulates the innocent of heart to noble emotions and kindly deeds. (P. 16.)

Words as percussive as pistol shots. (P. 26.)

A boy who displayed great diligence, always was first in his class. (P. 12.)

The morning after the child was born. (P. 18.)

A speech which terminated with the word "milk." (P. 8.)

Roderick's splendid moral character. (P. 15.)

Screen Mabel. (P. 15.)

The great long reign of...

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