Let’s see. In The Invisible Mouse (1947), Tom hurts Jerry by clobbering him with a book. That’s it. Jerry hurts Tom by, well, all kinds of ways. Most of them happen because the home they live in happens to have a chemical set resting on a countertop (doesn’t every home?) that Jerry uses to turn himself invisible.
The cartoon has a series of golf club gags at the end. The invisible mouse bashes Tom in the you-know-where (Joe Barbera loved butt-hurt gags), then crunks a bulldog on the head, who grabs the club and takes it from there.
The cartoon ends with Jerry becoming visible again by drinking chocolate milk.
I don’t know where Ken Muse was, but he’s not credited on this cartoon. Ed Barge and Irv Spence are, along with Bick Bickenbach and Don Patterson, Ray’s brother.