Miscellany, Jan. 13, 1947

Man of Distinction. In Lakeville, Conn., someone penciled in the Hotchkiss School lavatory: "Schuyler van Kilroy 3rd was here."

Down in the Mouth. In Burns Lake, B.C., Rancher Joe Corbett, out boating, lost his false teeth overboard, six years later had his second set stolen by a rat, got them back, two months later swallowed them.

Happy Ending. In Bethune, France, Henri Roy, 102, learned that he had at last been made a Knight of the Legion of Honor, murmured, "Now I can die . . . happy," died.

Pet Aversion. In Portland, Ore., William Mason, whose neighbor would not keep his yapping dog...

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