Animals: Wilhelm Tell

From Morristown, N. J. Albert Barrett, 46, set out for his Manhattan office one morning last week. About the same time that the wife of the superintendent of a ten-story building at Manhattan's Fulton and Greenwich Streets was taking her son's big, brown mongrel setter Wilhelm Tell up to the roof, Albert Barrett got to Hoboken, ferried the Hudson. Annoyed by a low-flying flock of pigeons, Wilhelm Tell gnawed and jerked at his rope leash. Albert Barrett got off the ferry, walked around the corner of Fulton & Greenwich Streets. Wilhelm Tell popped...

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