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and with the odd heel and toe move
ment expert walkers use.
Goulding is an odd sort of cham
pion. He hates to beat his rivals. He
says that if enough races were held
in Canada he would not bother about
coming to the states to take titles
from walkers here.
When he started to beat Larner's
two-mile record he said: "If I could
break that record without beating
the other boys in the race I would be
satisfied. I hope the boys won't get
sore if I win by more than is neces
sary." Goulding has done a mile in 6 min
utes 28 seconds; two miles in 13
minutes 38 3-5 seconds, three miles
in 20 minutes 49 4-5 seconds, and
four in 28 minutes 6 1-5 seconds.
BLAGK DIAMOND, MODEL FOR DESIGN OF THE
"BUFFALO NICKEL," IS DEAD '
New York. Black Diamond, the
as a model for the design of the new
dead. Black Diamond was suffering
Snyder, keeper of the zoo, decided to
big Central Park Buffalo, that served
S10 note and the "buffalo nickel." is!
from an incurable disease, and "Bill"
have him executed.
WHY A COLD MAKES US HOARSE
Tell me, please, why the throat
sometimes gets hoarse when we have
a cold? Fannie Bryant
Not all colds make us hoarse. It's
only colds that effect the vocal
chords that make the voice thick and
uneven. These vocal chords are
stretched across the larynx, which is
set in the throat very much like a
little box. The chords vibrate and
contract and make the sounds we
call the voice. Sometimes a cold
causes these chords to fill with fluid
and to swelL Then, of course, they
don't vibrate properly and the voice
is hoarse and thick.
As proving to what desperate ex
tremes some women will go to secure
a husband, note the letter of a Los
Angeles woman to the superintendent
of the Missouri State Employment
Bureau, in which she declares that
she would "even take a Democrat"
Michael McCloskey, employe of the
Baldwin locomotive works of Phila
delplia, has two little fingers on each
hand and two little toes on each foot