Miscellany, Apr. 22, 1946

Welcome Back. In Ames, Iowa, ex-Serviceman Keith Young returned to Iowa State College, was greeted by the bursar: "You owe a chem breakage fee from the winter of '43. $1.37, please."

Wounded & Captured. In Paris, Army Headquarters closed the Alpine leave center at Chamonix, listed the casualties: out of 2,785 G.I. visitors, nine broken legs, two marriages.

Dessert, Please, Gargantua. In Bernardsville, N.J., James Adams, as research on "How Gullible Is the American Public?", wrote to Westchester County housewives offering trained apes as inexpensive, silent servants, got a few enthusiastic inquiries.

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