Miscellany, Mar. 2, 1942

Foe. At Fort Riley, Kans., Private Woodrow Kirkpatrick crept silently towards an imaginary enemy, crept smack against a real jack rabbit. The jack rabbit kicked him in the eye, sent him to the infirmary.

Salesman. In Washington, a medical examiner at the Marine recruiting office saw a man fall on an icy sidewalk, took him in, treated his knee, gave him a physical examination, had him sworn in as a Marine 40 minutes later. In four hours the man was en route to a training camp.

Shot. Near Pomona, Calif., Ranchman C. E. Foote shot at...

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