Well I got mounted and started back to flushing cow out of the brush. You know when you find a cow you got to get him head to the herd and we generally make some noise to spook out of the brush and keep them moving. You whistle or crack a bull whip and yell. And some of the feller’s have a leather popper on the loose end of the lariat, Anything to make some noise, now I was one that did a lot of whistling and popping my lariat. I had found three head of yearling and started pushing them out to the herd. Whistling and making some noise. Then I heard a loud high pitch whistle come from my vest pocket. It was that mouse in my pocket and he sure could make noise. I t worked on the cows alright sending them at a trot headed the right direction. The other hands were getting a charge out of my saddle pal and the
foreman proclaimed him as the best wrangler on the roundup.