Miscellany, Oct. 5, 1942

Once a Trouper. In South Bend, unthinking Harry Holubiak pastured his work horse, an oldtime circus performer, near a field where Navy recruits drilled to band music. Later a vet treated the horse for exhaustion.

Cops & Robbers. In Manhattan, tired burglar went to sleep in Central Park with his swag, woke to find it gone complained to a cop, got arrested for burglary. In Indianapolis, a burglar got out of a building by calling out boldly: "Hey let me out of here!" The watchman obliged. In Kansas City, a young man who stole...

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