Point With Pride: Jun. 11, 1923

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

Fortunello and Cirillino—they bring back the days of Aristophanes.

The fourth era of Ireland: Peace.

6,033 years of warmth.

Him of whom there is but one.

Soviet Russia's decision not to insist on a twelve-mile limit for British trawlers.

M. Eugene Criqui, who fought at Verdun as well as the Polo Grounds.

Austria's convalescent finances.

A brewing Ruhr conference.

Georges Clemenceau. He can give the French Academy points on spelling.

"Boy No. 1."

A Standard Oil president...

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