Point With Pride: Dec. 24, 1923

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

A girl who chose Good Hard Work instead of Idle Luxury. (P. 15.)

An ear worth $2,000. (P. 28.)

"The Eye." (P. 28.)

An Empress who took a good nap after a heavy meal. (P. 12.)

George F. Baker. He "knows something about running banks." (P. 24.)

The front pages of American newspapers, "There is something there for everyone." (P. 22.)

A 13-year-old girl, "star end" on her High School eleven. (P. 26.)

The Allies, who have sunk their differences by compromise. (P....

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