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The Washington Times, Washington DC, September 16, 1922

Raymond Clapsaddle’s red hair caused him to be mistaken for a squirrel by Fred Painter while both were hunting near here.

Clapsaddle had lain down behind a log and only his head was visible to Painter. After extracting the shot from his face, neck and shoulders, surgeons at the hospital here said they believe he will recover.

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