Miscellany: Poser

In Manhattan, Myrtle Miller, onetime artists' model, walked into a penny arcade, peeped into one of the undressed girl machines. There she saw herself in a number of poses. Forthwith she asked for an injunction. The court denied it.


In the Churchman appeared a classified advertisement:

"Organist—Mature, reverent, devotional results. Expert voice development and always on the key. . . ."


In Los Angeles, Calif., hulking, red-haired Frank Glaser offered himself for sale as a slave. Said he: "[I am] happy only under a master."


At Kansas City, Mo., Anthony C....

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