After a cursory view of TIME'S summary of events, the Generous Citizen points with pride to:
White flannels better tailored . . . a blazer gaudier. (Page 30, column 3.)
A certain type of successful small boy. (P. 22, col. 3.)
A red-letter day for the Rhineland . . . many steins. . . . ((P. 9, col.1.)
The gavel-tap of the Rt. Hon. Sir John Gilmour. (P. 14, col. 3.)
A portly and proper small-town jeweler. (P. 14, col. 1.)
A font at which George was said to have been baptized. (P. 7, col. 3.)
The second largest...