Point With Pride: Sep. 1, 1924

POINT with PRIDE

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

"A fine showing for one so young and not accustomed to turf."

Open jails for dishonorable, smuggled aliens.

"Clean morals, clean food and fearless law enforcement."

The glorious year 1779.

A gold Yale key to a front door.

An ancient gentleman smoking a stogie.

Five hundred invitations to speak on Labor Day.

A War-made officer whose rise was rapid.

The most skilful toes in the world.

Two elderly sisters of the dead.

Lightning that got into the headlines.

"As fine a...

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