Miscellany: Mar. 10, 1923

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Carl Sandburg, Chicago poet, defines poetry as " a sliver of the moon lost in the belly of a golden frog."

A whistling buoy reported lost from the St. Lawrence River a year ago was washed ashore at Bryher, one of the Scilly islands (just off Cornwall).

Two hundred and sixteen sailing vessels and steamers were lost at sea in 1922. Of these, 60 were under the American flag.

At the Newark Almshouse two old ladies bobbed their hair preparatory to participation in a " jazz " dance.

In Freehold, N. J., a 125-year-old Negro celebrated...

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