Miscellany, Sep. 13, 1943

In the Light of History. In Washington, the transients' capital, the Budget Bureau decreed that henceforth all Government stationery would be printed with out officials' names, "thus reducing obsolescence and ultimate waste."

Sunrise Strings. In Denver, Professor Wayne C. Hedges came out against the Army's classic reveille, declared: "Psychologically, the bugle is all wrong," recommended something in waltz time, on the violin.

$47 Question. In Phoenix, Ariz., Walter H. Tuchsen got into an argument with some men about the ease with which a pocket could be picked, shortly found that his wallet and $47 were missing.

Barging In. In Yonkers, N.Y., when a...

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