Point With Pride: Apr. 28, 1924

Players looking up from their boards, spectators jostling the victor, shouting, clapping. (P. 27).

A bad pun by a famed Lampson Professor. (P. 30).

Six to ten cigars daily by a nonagenarian. (P. 26.)

Unbreakable glass—"kick it like a football." (P. 19.) Ten days, as guest of the Mikado. (P. 24.)

Prominent business men who can "reduce letter postage to If, make mill.ons." (P. 2.)

Perfect conjunction of playwriting. acting, stage management. (P. 15.)

Lunch every Friday noon at No. 44 John St., Manhattan. (P. 18.)

A Scotch boy completing his education at the State Agricultural College at...

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