AGRICULTURE: Millions of Bullfrogs

No football crowd in the land could have been cheerier than the throng of farmers, bundled in sheepskins and mackinaws, who converged one morning last week in 15,000 automobiles on Farmer Ben Stalp's place near West Point, Neb. to see the National Cornhusking Championship. They cheered and stomped lustily as, with pheasants whirring up out of the sere corn rows and the yellow ears whacking against the bangboards, Husker Sherman Henriksen of Lancaster County, Nebraska, beat 16 competitors, including the champions of Illinois, Indiana and Minnesota, with a net load of 27.62...

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