Miscellany: Apr. 7, 1923

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In St. Augustine, Fla., a baby born of Egyptian parents was named TutankhAmen.

Melba XV, New South Wales cow eclipsed the world's record in butter production. Completing a 365-days' test under supervision of the Minister of Agriculture, she provided 1,316.81 Ibs. of butter fat.

In Carthage, Count Byron de Prorek of Harvard University unearthed a sculptured solid ivory head which he believes represents the General Hannibal.

The American Consul at Guaymas, Mexico, informed the Department of Commerce that the natives are "feverishly cultivating garlic" for shipment to the United States....

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