People: Dec. 25, 1944

Sergeant Marion Hargrove, the Army's best-selling humorist, who wrote feelingly in See Here, Private Hargrove of the "fiendish cruelties" inflicted on him by Sergeant Thomas Mulvehill, found the situation still normal. Now feature editor of the Army's magazine Yank in Manhattan, Hargrove got a telephone call from Lieut. Mulvehill, now of the A.A.F. Barked , Mulvehill: "I'm getting married tonight and I need an usher in a hurry and you're it." Hargrove obeyed. Mulvehill let him kiss the bride (see cut).

Earnest A. Hooton, loquacious Harvard anthropologist, pondered the cigaret shortage, decided: "The boys...

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