Miscellany, Apr. 28, 1952

Emancipation. In Tokyo, Police Officer Tadao Takase asked for a divorce, charging that his wife, taking advantage of Japanese women's newly conferred equality, 1) tore his underwear, 2) ripped his uniforms before meetings, 3) ran out on him 40 times, 4) regularly chased him off his beat.

Beauty & the Beast. In Tucson, Ariz., two University of Arizona fraternities admitted that they served horse meat at several meals each week, asked that their names be withheld because it would "ruin us with the girls."

The New Navy. In Halifax, the Canadian navy posted bulletins to remind its sailors that they should say "Aye...

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