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In Manhattan, officials of the Aquarium announced that their electric eel will be tickled with a copper hook, stimulated into lighting a neon bulb in front of its tank, only three times a day, at 11:30 a.m., 2 p.m., 4 p.m. Said Trainer V. W. Coates: "He was glad to light his bulb at first but then he got wise to the wires and refused to shoot juice into them. Now I have to tickle him. If he's feeling right he lights two bulbs."


In Indianapolis, Carol Douglas, 24, told police: "I came back from work at noon and my lunch...

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