Miscellany, Oct. 27, 1941

Surprise. In St. Louis a man stripped for a physician, bared an abdominal tattoo reading: "Hello Doctor."

Defeat. In Salem, Ore., eight years after he bought his uniform as State Police Superintendent, Charles P. Pray gave it away, explained: "I just couldn't adjust myself to wearing it."

Rubadub Trouble. In Manhattan a man fought his wife's separate maintenance suit with the charge that she drummed on the table with her fingers.

Spade Aid. In Memphis, local grave diggers organized, joined the C.I.O. canners and packers union.

Limbitations. In an Oregon forest, a legless woman went...

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