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A Parade Staged
Is Awarded Medal
Professor Harold "Skinny"
Cox was yesterday presented
with the Baron Samuel Fried,-
hof Distinguished Award foir
his famous collection of hair-
pins. Among some of his
most treasured are those of
Mrs. Gardener, former dean of
Central High School and
"Ma" Ferguson, ex-governor
of Texas. The medal was
presented to him in behalf of
Baron Friedhof by his secre-
tary, Clovis Harkrieder. The
award was created by the Bar-
on after he had made his for-
tune by inventing synthetic
limburger cheese. Among those
who have received the award
are Trula Clendenen, perfector
of self-oiling, noiseless false
teeth for women, enabling
them to talk longer and
Mr. Clarence Haden, the
discoverer of the serum for
snow-blind polar bears, reports
he is planning a prolonged ex-
ploration of the great ice fields
that surround the North Pole.
He will be assisted by James
McDowell, who discovered the
starting place of the Aurora
The Carolyn Ann Beavers
Insurance Building, known all
over the world as the abode of
Grace Bovell, famous sculptress
and artist, burned last night
with a property damage esti-
mated by Thomas Lewis to be
well over S5,000. A figure
that looked suspiciously like
Lee Morris was seen hurrying
from the neighborhood shortly
before the fire.
Miss Virginia Elbert, can-
didate for re-election as pound
keeper on the Freer Wom-
an's Federation Ticket, led a
huge torchlight procession to
Harmon Hodge's Plaza Park,
where she spoke to a large as-
The speaker of the evening
was introduced by Max Ellis,
who praised her political rec-
ord very highly.
Miss Elbert cited her past
record as an example of what
she has done. She pointed out
that she had pardoned over
l,500,dogs during her admin-
istration. Her speech was well
Another speaker, Mr. Frank
Abbott, brought tears to the
eyes of his listeners as he told
of how many a homeless and
wayward canine had been par-
doned and returned to his mas-
ter. One hearer, Mr. Harold
Hoffmeister, prominent sports-
man, was so touched that he
donated 10 billion German
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