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The Michigan Daily, 1910-05-04

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"RiOOSEVELT IN A,-
SYNOPSIS OF SCENES

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"Roosevelt is coming"
Government Buildings in Monmbassa
Col. Roosevelt Planting a Tree
Native Amusements
Roosevelt on the Railway
Zulu Women at Spring
Dance of the Rainmaker
Natives drawing water for Roosevelt
Specimens of Birds secured by
Roosevelt
Vultures and Storks Feeding
Woodpecker Feeding its Young
Camp Roosevelt-Breaking Camp
Zulu War Dance in Honor of Roose-
velt
Col. Roosevelt and Party Reviewing
Army

Zulu Belles
Roosevelt Examining his Guns
Roosevelt on the Trait of Game
The Home of the Lizard
Young Tigers secured by hermit
Roosevelt
Girraffes at Play
The Deadly African Spider
Giant Land Turtles
Man Eating Lion -t Night
Roosevelt Crossing a Rivr
Chamelons at Play
Rhinocerous Shot by Rooseveli
Gnus and Zebra
Hippopotami at Play
Crockadile Sport
Young Beer Frolicking

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