Point With Pride: Oct. 11, 1926

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

One-legged Pilot Tarascon, one-eyed Pilot Coli. (P. 28.)

The locks extraordinary of Maman Marcel. (P. 28.)

The Japanese symbol of strength and virility. (P. 15.)

Grottoes, frangipani and water-clocks. (P. 18.)

Crutches crossing the Andes. (P. 30.)

Cock tails of Italian vermuth, with olives. (P. 13.)

A diamond stickpin "on account of trouble." (P. 13.)

A spongy stone lump of volcanic origin. (P. 24.)

7,000,000 little brown glasses daily. (P. 33.)

The sacred Siamese white elephant. (P. 8.)

Miami's skyline, intact. (P. 2.)


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