Point With Pride: Nov. 3, 1924

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

"A wholesome, logical service for newspapers to render." (Page 5, column 1.)

Little Crump, who had all the charm of a puppy dog. (P. 13, col. 3.)

The bursting of bombs at night. (P. 16, col. 3.)

A "League of Nations backfield." (P. 22, col. 3.)

Savory food, nourishing, succulent. (P. 28, col. 1.)

A preposterous tuft no bigger than a barnacle. (P. 24, col. 2.)

A Bishop who went down to the station to pay his respects. (P. 2, col. 1.)...

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