Point With Pride: Jul. 13, 1925

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

. . . our most distinguished citizen,

Our President and friend.

(Page 1, column 3.)

Crisp, diffident Allen Johnson. (P. 22, col. 2.)

The house detective in a Pittsburgh hotel. (P. 4, col. 2.)

"The most useful missile in the English language." (P. 13, col. 1.)

The best dancer in the American Army. (P. 16, col. 1.)

The neatest tee you ever saw. (P. 30, Adv't.)

Glorious omelets, generous fries and unlimited scrambles. (P. 6, col. 1.)

The educational policies which the state of...

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