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HOW TO ESCAPE A RAGING BULL
(Transcribed from Trenton Evening Times)
Dec. 20, 1895
Here’s something that may save your life when a bull gets after you: When a bull charges, just before the final lurch he shuts his eyes, and if you have the presence of mind to stand stock still until he is about two or three feet from you, all you have to do is to step aside, and he misses you.
Any child with sufficient presence of mind to do this can let a bull charge all day with perfect safety. This is not a new thing, as it is one of the secrets of the bull fighter in the countries where the sport is practiced. The bull fighters say that a cow does not do this, and they would never try any such tricks with a mad cow. The writer knows that what is said about the bull’s habit is true. (Philadelphia Record)
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