Point With Pride: Mar. 10, 1923

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

Mr. George Follansbee Babbitt in his contemplation of the rising tide of business. (See page 20.)

The revolutionary decision of Parisians to choose their mid-Lent queens according to merit, regardless of beauty. (P. 9.)

Arizona's self-determination to have an outlet to the sea. (P. 5.)

The radio station on Aeolian Hall, Manhattan, in the conscientious performance of its duty by the concerts. (P. 19.)

King George V, who with his queen, lunched—for the first time since 1914—with a German ambassador....

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