Miscellany: Nov. 18, 1929

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Rest

In Africa, telegraph linesmen, long mystified by the destruction of wires over the veldt, discovered that languid giraffes use them for head rests.

Bobber

In Louisville, Ky., Alfred Ormes, Hallowe'en apple bobber, took a fierce nip fr£ a large apple, dislocated both jaws.

Toxophilites

In Bernardston, Mass., Raymond Phelps, eight, killed a squirrel with a bow and arrow.

In Johannesburg, South Africa, a herds-boy, twelve, killed a lioness with a bow and arrow.

License

In Manhattan, Antonio Laspino, cobbler, secured a gun and a hunter's license, went to Van Cortlandt...

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