Education: Fat Stuff

In science classes at School Street Elementary School, in Westbury, L. I., pupils study live mice, rabbits, ducks, chicks. They are fond of their pets. One day last October, they got a ten-pound Poland China shoat, six weeks old. Three hundred science pupils took a vote, decided to nickname him Fat Stuff. They made him a nice clean pen with a big trough, running water and a straw bed. They watched him get three vaccinations against hog diseases. They took delight in feeding him tidbits, fed him so well that in three months he...

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