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PANTHERS IN KANSAS CITY

THEY HAVE PANTHERS IN MISSOURI AND ONE TIME
THEY FOUND A PAW PRINT IN DOWNTOWN KANSAS
CITY. A MAN WAS DRIVING DOWN THE STREET
AND SAW THIS BIG BLACK CAT. HE DROVE BACK
TO SEE IT, AND THE THING FOLLOWED HIM.
THE NEXT MORNING, THEY FOUND A BIG PAW PRINT
IN SOME NEW CEMENT IN FRONT OF THE FEDERAL
BUILDING.

Where learned: CARMICHAEL TOWERS ; NASHVILLE ; TENNESSEE, ASSUMED

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Legend

Date learned: 08-00-1968

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