Point With Pride: Sep. 6, 1926

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

Pengoes, each worth one hundred garas. (P. 12.)

A discovery nearly as important as Newton's detection of gravity. (P. 20.)

A lavatory attendant as proud as the premier. (P. 31.)

The notoriously blameless life of a Duke. (P. 9.)

A reticule containing a night shirt, a toothbrush, and many square yards of figures. (P. 5.)

A firm if stolid passion. (P. 11.)

Robinson Crusoe's rescuer. (P. 7.)

A most patrician vestal. (P. 14.)

A blunt Dutch nose slimy with seaweed. (P. 11.)...

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