During Feat of Miss Lucille Mulhall in Killing a Coyote
The Daily Ardmoreite, 27 Apr 1903
Guthrie, Ok., April 26.-
Miss Lucille Mulhall, daughter of Col. Zack Mulhall, and well known throughout the West on account of her feats of daring in roping cattle and horses, has again demonstrated her steady nerve in a like encounter. In touring her father's ranch looking for the cattle yesterday her five dogs rounded up a fierce coyota that made things lively for the five until Miss Mulhall took a hand, successfully roping the animal the first attempt. She desired to get him home alive and called off the dogs, but they frustrated her desires while she was engaged in opening a gate. Escaping from her control, the dogs killed the wolf. The body was brought home behind her saddle and the pelt has been removed to be preserved as a trophy.
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