Animals: Mad Squirrel

At Englewood, Col., last week Mrs. Roy Zilk saw a big squirrel in her chickenyard. She shushed at it, but it did not behave like an ordinary squirrel and run away. Instead it turned, glared, leaped at her, sank its teeth into her hand and arm.

Mrs. Zilk beat off the astounding animal. It scurried away, crossed the street, leaped at Lois Miller, 4, who was playing in her family's front yard. Lois screamed so loudly that neighbors came running from a block away. She tripped and fell. The mad rodent was savagely biting...

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