Miscellany, Dec. 2, 1946

Anti-Clerical. In Philadelphia, the Rev. Isaac Bobst fought to win a divorce, complained that his wife coughed during church services, made faces, thumbed her nose at him when he was in the pulpit.

Boner. In Vancouver, Wash., Leon Hutcheson, in bed with a broken leg, tried to move it, placed his good leg under the heavy cast, used it as a lever, broke it.

Unilateral. In Copenhagen, Danish authorities, trying to keep down unnecessary imports, cut the quota of British roller skates to 40 tons, got the shipment, found all skates were for the left...

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