Point With Pride: Jul. 21, 1924

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

A bright chestnut beast, slightly undersized, valued at $300,000. (P. 25.)

The sun. It stood still in the midst of the heaven and hasted not to go down. (P. 23.)

A world quart. (P. 19.)

Mercersburg. She does not teach that happiness comes hand-in-hand with riches. (P. 18.)

Scotland. "She has the best public schools." (P. 18.)

The not unconvincing shape of fat Willard Louis . (P. 15.)

Editor Sedgwick. He does not "impose his personality" on the Atlantic. (P. 15.)

An energetic luminary who prefers to work. (P. 9.)

A Bishop who "jolted"...

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