Miscellany, Aug. 13, 1934


In St. David, III., Fred Sepich became so enraged when the Cincinnati Reds beat the Chicago Cubs that he rushed into his yard, seized a calf, choked it to death.


In Amherst, Mass., the Pomona Grange held a husband-calling contest. When the judges had awarded the prizes they found that Spinster Thelma Glazier had taken second place.


In Denver, Oscar Malo received a cable from his Son Kenneth in Munich: "Imperative you send marks immediately." Malo cabled $1,000 in marks. Son Kenneth kept the money, crossly...

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