Miscellany, Jul. 9, 1945

Habit. In Mattoon, 111., Golfer John W. Preihs, who had made a hole-in-one in 925 and saved the lucky ball ever since, was forced by the current shortage to take it out and use it again, promptly made another hole-in-one.

OPAngler. In Miles City, Mont., des perate Fisherman Frank Spears finally put a red ration token on his hook, presently caught a sucker.

Last Fling. In Philadelphia, where they infested the parks, diseased pigeons that had been scheduled for extermination were granted a three-month stay of execution.

Reason: it's the mating season.

Rights of Man....

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