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Art

October 22, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Art will imitate life next month in the comic strip, "Peanuts," when Snoopy will injure his knee, requiring surgery and postoperative therapy. An enthusiastic amateur athlete, cartoonist Charles Schulz needed arthroscopic surgery (and is still undergoing physical therapy) for a knee injury he incurred in a hockey game in mid-September. "I'm not sure how I did it," says Schulz, "I just remember crashing into the boards and lying there thinking 'I've broken my leg."' Although he declined to reveal the details of the story line, Schulz assures his readers that Snoopy will ultimately emerge with all four limbs--and his sense of fantasy--intact.

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