Miscellany: Mar. 3, 1924

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In Huntington, W. Va., resolutions were passed against kissing games at children's parties. Endorsed by the Parent-Teachers' Association and the County Medical Association, the resolutions declared that such games "might lead to worse" and are a "very low type of entertainment which for many reasons should be discontinued."

From Sing-Sing Prison, N. Y., it was announced that one Lester Gerstenburg (16), "youngest prisoner awaiting the electric chair", has mastered the art of checker playing. Gerstenburg, in solitary confinement, shouts his moves, records on his board the move...

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