Point With Pride: Nov. 26, 1923

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

A Government yielding gallantly to genius.

A pneumonia cure which merits consideration.

The intellectual Valhalla which President MacCracken is preparing for his middle-aged alumnae.

Yeats. He and Kipling are the only men to win the Nobel Prize with English.

A Paris couturier who insists on underwear.

Sixty shabby boys and girls.

The first time in 2,000 years that bishops have been theologically unanimous.

Settlement of the Fiume dispute (though but a rumor.)

Mice of the sixth generation who know a dinner bell when...

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