Point With Pride: Jan. 21, 1924

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

A people who can muzzle cats.

The stance of a Grand Duke.

An increase in French babies.

"A good and great merchant of Boston" commissioned by Fate.

An international 4-year-old.

745 million barrels.

Preachers who insist on the right to differ.

A rule which the President broke.

"A modest young man wishing a quiet, refined abode."

The parson-manager of a lusty Chicago church.

A Presidential candidate whose achievements have never been excelled.

Senator Borah. He was seen again on the Mayflower.


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