Miscellany, Aug. 4, 1952

A Man's World. In Syracuse, N.Y., after Deputy Sheriff Arthur Willis stopped a car for speeding and found its four women passengers naked from the waist up, the driver explained: "Well, men drive barechested, don't they?"

A Prevalence of Riches. On Block Island, R.I., Volunteer Fire Chief J. C. Dodge reminded subscribers that they had contributed too much money to his department last year, declared that half of their 1951 contributions would be plenty this year.

Rainbow's End. In Springfield, Ill., Mel Kampe won the big drawing at a local picnic, commented breathlessly: "Man!...

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