Miscellany: Cow

In Manhattan Mrs. Emily Rysavy, asking the court for alimony in her husband's divorce action, complained that never during their married life did her husband address her by any name but "Cow." Said she: "My own daughter, when about to enroll in school . . . was unable to inform the teacher of my first name, stating that she thought my name was Cow."


In Shanghai, Cinemactor Hsueh Chi-hsi sued the producers of the film Red Butterfly for $24,960. His story: One realistic scene of the play was to show Hsueh Chi-hsi...

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