Point With Pride: Apr. 21, 1924

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

The defeat of "Nordic claptrap orators" who are "friends of every country but their own." (P. 4.)

A prospect of peace in Europe traced to Charles E. Hughes. (P. 7.)

A warning by "Willie Woodbine." (P. 8.)

Peppy Paris purged of pernicious people. (P. 9.)

The modern Caesar's return to Rome. (P. 11.)

A visit expectant from the "Island Empire of the East." (P. 12.)

The unparalleled feat of the syphon. (P. 26.)

Captains Gardner, Williams, Wightman. (P. 25.)

That "great Secretary," Josephus...

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