Miscellany: Lion

In Manhattan, one Omar Lutfey, restaurateur, emerged from a speakeasy, saw Patrolman William Dunn, flung himself to the ground, gnawed the policeman's leg, roared, "I'm a lion!"


In Chicago last fortnight, some 30 citizens at late hours mistook the city's new yellow police cars for Yellow Taxicabs, were ridden to police stations.


At Ogdensburg, N. Y., Mrs. Henry Bushey, 90, grandmother of 20, great-grandmother of "about 100," hustled to the bank of the Oswegatchie River, stumbled off into 15 ft. of water, struggled ashore dragging Louis Seigal, 63. Said she:...

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