Miscellany, Mar. 21, 1949

For Deposit Only. In Denmark, Wis., Bank President George de Broux, whose bank had been held up, insisted that his burglar-alarm system worked fine; the only trouble was that the guard's rifle ammunition was locked in a safe.

Scholarship. In Bristol, England, the children's officer of the city council pointed out that it costs more to send a boy to a state reformatory than to Eton.

Triangle. In Brantford, Ont., Gordon Schwitzer, testifying at his wife's bigamy trial, explained to the court that he thought her first husband was "just another boy friend who...

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