Miscellany, Dec. 8, 1941

Gratitude. In Richmond, Ind., John Count was released from jail after an eleven-day stay for intoxication. Back shortly with gifts for his excell mates, he was readmitted, reintoxicated.

Great Day. In Minneapolis, a colored bootblack won $3,200 on the races, promptly quit his job, got a shoeshine from a friend, tipped the friend $5, and left town. The friend quit.

Hazard. In South Bend, Wash., the local game protector reported elk were crowding the highways, bumming cigarets from autoists. He explained the elk were not smokers, but chawers.

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