Point With Pride: Jan. 26, 1925

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

An enterprising gentleman named Van Heusen. (Page 25, column 3.)

531 citizens, mostly nobodies. P. 7, col. 1.)

White eyeballs rolling, puffy lips twitching. (P. 27, col. 1.)

An audience that scarce breathed, so grave, so holy was the sight. (P. 18, col. 2.)

A necessary duty. (P. 7, col. 2.)

The pushcart, the horse-cart, the express train. (P. 30, col. 3.)

Flower of the petty bourgeoise. (P. 12, col. 2.)

One brilliant burst. (P. 15, col. 1.)

Concrete recommendations. (P. 5, col. 2.)


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