Miscellany, Apr. 13, 1931

Birdies

In La Jolla, Calif., Miss Betty W. Tuilers carefully addressed her golf ball, swung clean and vigorously. According to rule, she did not look up till a moment later; contrary to rule, she was startled to see her ball strike and kill two wild canary birds.

Mouse into Cow

In Salisbury, Md., a cat chased a mouse down a feed trough in which James Dashield's cow was munching. The mouse jumped into the cow's ear. The cow kicked away one side of James Dashield's bam.

Beggar

In Chicago, August Eichenberg sat on a...

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