Point With Pride: Oct. 4, 1926

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

Young girls of no great capacity. (P. 16.)

Nail-marks in human hands. (P. 22.)

Financiers squatting. (P. 18.)

An old green rocker, a kitchen chair, an advertising man on the floor. (P. 9.)

A daughter who left soft draperies for bare walls. (P. 31.)

A halfpenny bun on a Waterloo bus. (P. 22.)

Anecdotal Climax: "Walk, Hell! Let's run!" (P. 31.)

Fire: God made it beautiful. (P. 22.)

A Gillette for Tommy Atkins. (P. 37.)


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