Miscellany: Jan. 3, 1927

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At Menominee, Mich., one Prince, 35-pound collie, heard his master, Farmer Methad Dvoracek, screaming in the barn; bounded in, flung himself at a 1,500-pound bull which had Farmer Dvoracek cornered, prostrate and already gored; seized the bull's nose, hung on while being flailed about until a chunk of nose and the bull's ring tore away, leaped for another grip, drove the bull outdoors bellowing, bounded to the kitchen door, barked, led help to Farmer Dvoracek.


At Battle Creek, Mich., the large Angora tomcat of a Mrs. F. C. Philo eyed a man who entered the...

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