GOOGLES homepage doodles are getting a tad random, but delicious. The image honours the 119th birthday of the first documented ice cream sundae. The pastel-coloured image replaces the two Os in the Google logo with a cherry-topped ice cream sundae. The history of the ice cream sundae has actually spawned quite the rivalry between two U.S. cities that claim to be its birthplace - Ithaca, N.Y. and Two Rivers, Wisconsin - and Google appears to be siding with Ithaca. On April 3, 1892, the Rev. John M. Scott visited the Platt & Colt Pharmacy - and its owner Chester Platt - in Ithaca after services at the Unitarian Church. Platt served up two bowls of vanilla ice cream, but decided to jazz it up with cherry syrup and candied cherry, according to Whats Cooking America. PCM