Point With Pride: Sep. 27, 1926

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

Redskins in straight-eights. (P. 6.)

A large mole, divinely conferred. (P. 38.)

A sportswoman who, not caring what other women do, does what she wants. (P. 33.)

A fat Frenchman offering cigarets to a fat German. (P. 8.)

At long last, a university afloat. (P. 17.)

Subways in Cleveland and Chicago perhaps. (P. 30.)

College tuition, food, books, lodging, laundry for $100 per annum. (P. 18.)

Bread for the dead. (P. 20.)

A broad jagged 20-foot ribbon of blue-edged white flame. (P. 20)


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