Point With Pride: Mar. 10, 1924

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

"Order, industry and cleanliness everywhere." (P. 11.)

The plain rostrum of a church in Pittsburgh. (P. 18.)

Oxygen tanks to relieve sufferers. (P. 20.)

The diet of a papa bear, a mama bear, a baby bear. (P. 3.)

"Good mixers" of chemical society. (P. 20.)

A professor of mathematics, a critic of the Einstein theory. (P. 9.)

A modern Caliban. (P. 15.)

A creditor "not so mad as to wish to reduce her debtor to poverty." (P. 8.)

Functions successively enlarged. (P. 27.)

The result of artistic conviction. (P. 15.)

Genevieve Clark Thomson, able golfer. (P....

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