Miscellany, Dec. 1, 1941

Wad. In Coquitlam, B.C., one Henry Steen felt something sticky on the sole of his shoe, bent down to scrape it off, unstuck a $100 bill, a $20, two $10s.

Animal Kingdom. In Leonia, N.J., Andreus Andrews was charged with violating the sanitary code by keeping a horse in his house. At Syracuse University, "Fletcher L. Bentley" was enrolled for three years as a student before it was discovered he was a wire-haired terrier.

Crime. In The Bronx, N.Y., a gunman burglarized a dentist's office, reassured the dentist: "Shut your mouth. . . . This...

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