Miscellany, Aug. 2, 1937


In Philadelphia, when a loose board flew off a carrousel on which her children were riding, Mrs. Mildred Roff sued the carrousel's proprietor for "assault & battery by merry-go-round."


In Cincinnati, pretty Jane Toohey cut open an apparently normal orange, found therein 26 bright pennies.


In Chicago, William C. Bailey, 84, appeared at the home of his granddaughter after having bicycled from Underhill, Vt., announced he would pedal back. Said he, "sober, steady riding, that's my system. I can't even let loose one handlebar, but I get there."


In Atlantic City,...

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