Miscellany, May 27, 1946

Cradle Snatcher. In Waukesha, Wis., a deadpanned jury pronounced a Holstein bull guilty of contributing to the delinquency of minors (two heifers), fined his owner $75.

"I Wanted Wings." In Amarillo, Tex., B. P. Brents wondered what on earth to do with a Flying Fortress he had just won in an essay contest. His winning thesis: "What I'd do with a Flying Fortress if I had one."

Sure Bait. In Superior, Wis., Mildred Worm agreed to marry David Hook.

Smoke-Cured. In Manhattan, John Sforza, 19, strolled along Fifth Avenue, suddenly turned a corpselike hue, collapsed, was rushed to a hospital. Diagnosis: cigar—his first.

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