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So that he who runs may write, a manual training instructor in a North Carolina school has invented a portable typewriter case that unfolds to form its own desk. Owning on of these, a newspaperman can type his stories, and a field engineer his reports, on the spot, without waiting for the usual writing facilities. Attached to the legs are compartments for paper, dictionary, data sheets, and postage stamps, Leslie K. Singley, of Hendersonville, N.C., is the creator of the ingenious case, and the photos show it closed and open.

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