Point with Pride: Sep. 24, 1923

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

Clocklike functioning in the U. S. Treasury Department. (P. 3.)

Exemplary industry at the desk of the Secretary of State. (P. 6.)

Sixteen living sons of America's Presidents. (P. 1.)

The return of a stolen Reni. (P. 15.)

The West—it reads the magazines. (P. 21.)

The first big play of the theatrical season—Ervine to Belasco to Fiske. (P. 16.)

Primo Rivera, strong man of Spain. (P. 11.)

A scientific effort to cure in canines a dread disease. (P. 19.)

The buoyancy of Japanese journalism. (P. 21.)


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