Miscellany, Feb. 4, 1946

Whoopsidoodle. In Brooklyn, Margaret King's 18-year-old white rabbit, Bonsi Doodle, charged around her apartment going "Whoop! Whoop!" so loudly that Neighbor Robert Yetman couldn't take it, was haled into court by Owner King for abusive language.

Bed & Bored. In London, a social worker asked 400 couples why they married, found that most of the men did it to escape rooming-house living.

Old Score. In Goose Creek, Tex., Draft Board Chairman Frank Read complained that Veteran Albert Hill, inducted in April, 1942, had finally caught up with him, busted in his false teeth.

Men's Dept. In Manhattan, the Men's Fashion Guild happily predicted...

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