Animals: Animals, Nov. 13, 1933

To news of bygone weeks, herewith sequels from last week's news:

¶ To the announcement by Earl Ellicott Dudding, ex-convict of Huntington, W. Va., that his daughter Miss Chemical Dudding, conceived by injecting into Mrs. Dudding's veins a serum made from the leaves and sap of a cherry tree, would be born Nov. 15 (TIME, Oct. 30): an announcement by Ex-convict Dudding addressed to "my friends, interested and curious watchers, eyebrow lifters, I-told-you-so nonbelievers, and whatnot," stating that Miss Chemical Dudding would be stillborn. ''Now our prospective chemical baby sleeps in death. We are consoled...

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