National Geographic : 1941 Mar
So Oklahoma Grew Up "Johnson," the Greyhound to Right, Has Revenged Himself on Hundreds of Coyotes Mutilated by a wolf in a desperate fight, he has spent seven years getting even. Let a marauding coyote so much as howl anywhere on this ranch and, no matter how stormy the night, Johnson is up and after him. A scene near Pawhuska on Doc Mundy's estate (page 276). Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart "Yes, Lady! I Know that Funny Sponge Tickles; but You Hold Still!" Visitors flock to Platt National Park, south of Oklahoma City, to take mineral baths available to all.