Miscellany, Sep. 29, 1952

Double Dealing. In Manhattan, Kans., Mary Lou Deal and Mary Lou Deal, freshmen coeds at Kansas State College, took pity on the mailman, decided to room together.

For Example. In Sioux Falls, S.Dak., charged with disturbing the peace, Robert Rehfeldt was fined $10 when he told the court that he only drank three beers and was "sober as a judge."

The Alien Corn. In Glasgow, Scotland, the prosecutor winced and told the judge what Joseph McNelis had been selling as "pure Scotch": one part Highland dew, three parts Danish whisky, and a little brandy.

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