Point With Pride: Sep. 20, 1926

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

"The most fearless man who ever entered Funeral Range." (P. 6.)

A method employed by small boys to catch rabbits. (P. 19.)

A huge mealy fellow. (P. 28.)

A New Hampshire waitress flying to California. (P. 20.)

An anti-blurb publishing house. (P. 38.)

The lining of Johann Strauss's hat. (P. 18.)

A bed constructed upon four tree trunks. (P. 6.)

England, 75% Christian. (P. 22.)

Synthetic supermen. (P. 19.)

The Pope, uncensored. (P. 24.)


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