Point With Pride: Aug. 4, 1924

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

Mr. G. F. Baker's vain attempt to take a vacation. (P. 24.)

The inventor of Oscar Sauce". (P. 30.)

Forests in Canada, ruby mines in the Urals, . . . hotels in Japan. (P. 13.)

More dinners in the Inns—more mellow vintages and rare good fellowship. (P. 15.)

A handsome, skilful creature who tended goal for the winning side. (P. 21.)

An honest statement from Economist Keynes. (P. 6.)

Trousers of an ethereal cut. (P....

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