After a cursory view of TIME'S summary of events, the Generous Citizen points with pride to:
Many fine ladies, some from Pasadena. (P. 18.)
"The ablest man in public life." (P. 6.)
A swift, breathless scherzo. (P. 13.)
A cause which "thoroughly deserves all the consideration that can possibly be given it." (P. 1).
Sensible efforts of slightly talented people. (P. 15.).
The Theatre Guild on a picnic. (P. 17.)
An obscure nephew who dislikes to criticize. (P. 28.)
The sermon of the week. (P. 20.)
The "greatest educational statesman of this generation." (P. 18.)
Worms who can "feel...