Miscellany, Mar. 1, 1937

Paulines

In Detroit, discovered studying at Southwestern High School, were Pauline ("Paulyann") Taylor and Pauline E. ("Neene") Taylor. Born within two hours of each other on Sept. 22, 1920, they are both redheaded, freckled, look alike, dress alike, prefer the same food, swim and play the piano equally well. Inseparable, they are unrelated. Pauline Taylor was born at St. Ignace, Mich., Pauline E. Taylor at St. Catherines, Ont.

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In Oneonta, N. Y., police arrested Clyde Proctor, 27, who confessed to having shaken a 15-month-old boy to death "because it bit me."

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