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POLICE FIGHT, KILL WARLIKE BOVINE ON SOLDIERS FIELD

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Transforming Soldiers Field into a bull-fighting area early yesterday, an American Ferdinand the Bull wandered onto the Freshman football field and there engaged in a losing combat with two matadors from the Boston police department.

The bull escaped from a Brighton Stock yard, and after being mistaken by at least one motorist for a hippopotamus, attracted the attention of police. The officers of the law chased him to his impromptu field of battle and finally surrounded him.

He, however, declined to smell the flowers, and started, to charge at the officers. It was a case of either the bull or the "bulls"; the latter won.

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