The statistics 112, 98, 100 may mean little to the ordinary mortal. They are in?
GV. COWS BEING ASSEMBLED.
CU. YOUNGSTERS LOOK ON.
SV. COWS ASSEMBLED IN JUDGING RING.
SCU. DECORATED HEAD OF COW.
SV. ANOTHER DECORATED COW'S HEAD.
SV.PAN SHOWING BOWS OF RIBBON ON TAILS.
SCU. No.9. DECORATED COW'S HEAD.
SV. MEASUREMENTS OF COW BEING TAKEN.
SCU. COW HEAD - STANDING STILL WALLET MEASUREMENTS ARE BEING TAKEN.
CU. MEASUREMENTS BEING TAKEN.
CU. COW OPENS MOUTH.
SV. MEASUREMENTS BEING TAKEN.
SCU. MEASURING TAIL.
SV. FLYING "MISS PASTURE" TITLE OF COW'S HEAD.
SV. PUTTING FLORAL DECORATION OVER HEAD DITTO.
CU. COW'S HEAD "MISS PASTURE".
SV. PHOTOGRAPHERS AND "MISS PASTURE".
SV. GIRL GIVES FOOD TO COW.
LV. PEOPLE DANCING.
Initials D.C/CW AHS/VCW
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Background: The statistics 112, 98, 100 may mean little to the ordinary mortal. They are in fact the vital statistics of the bovine world, calculated to sooth, or is it rouse, any old bull.
Frolics in the field or passion in the pasture normally means little to a world thinking in terms of 38, 21, 36.
But now and then even a cow has her day. Boy Scouts in Poland decided that the local cows - whether they liked it or not - were to be the objects of their good deeds for the day.
A beauty contest was arranged - and Miss Pasture 1958 was elected.
Miss Pasture, despite the flowers for the winner, didn't even think the whole thing was worth a moo.
And she wasn't even troubled by the most pressing question of all -is she cheesecake or is she "beef"-cake?