MY GOOSE IS COOKED - Dublin doctor Tyrus Cobb, Jr., son of the famous baseball player Ty Cobb, was out on the Oconee River hunting for game birds in the fall of 1945. When he hit his first wild goose, he found a band on the bird's leg. Cobb stated, "I nearly fell out of the boat." The bird came from a wildlife refuge and the home of his friend, the famous Jack Miner. The Ontario refuge, which Cobb had visited many times, was home to thousands of birds under the protection of the Canadian government.