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FLATS IS PLANNED
Prof. Roth Would Make Lake St.
Clair Zoological Garden For Wild
MAY HAVE MORE THAN 1200
ACRES ON AMERICAN SIDE
season enjoy the marshes and they
ducks, but there are about a million
people and more than 150,000 school
children in Detroit that would thrill
with the beauty of wild ducks and
wild geese and even wild swans in
their natural feeding and nesting
grounds when the wild life "sanctuary"
is established, according to Professor
Roth. "One of the great points of
interest about Detroit would be the
great wild fowl gardensdwherethous-
ands upon thousands of ducks and
geese could visit and live. Steam-
boat traffic in this direction would be
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Student's Brother Murdered
Lucien Soward, prominent Dayton
attorney and brother-in-law of Charles
L. Tomlinson, '21E, was myst
attacked and murdered Monda
noon in his office.
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An eclipse of the sun by wild ducks, i eIIsan oteIa teiU
geese, and even swans! Can you im- would prosper," said Prof. Roth.
agine? Such will be a reality if the Preserve in Louisiana
plans outlined by Prof Filibert Roth But the enjoyment would not be
of the forestry department materialize., limited to mere visiters alone, but
Five years will make lake St. Claire hunting would be made much popular
and the Flats a perfect zoological in the surrounding districts. Where
garden for wild water fowll similar preserves have been establish-
Fifty years ago, one travelling thru ed such were and are the results. In
Lake Clair would behold thousands Louisiana Ward and Mcllheney own a
and thousands of wild ducks, wildsLsana One hunter who has visit-
geese, and even at intervals wild ed the territory many times said that
as Y oday a motor boat c hehad secured his limit in Mallards
reveals few wild ducks during a wholeC and Canvas Backs by 8 o'clock in
day. This lake region is especially the morning. If he had sought other
adopted to the resting, nesting, and kind as wellhe could have reached his
feeding of wild fowls as used to be limit before seven.
evidenced by the large numbers of "Instead of creating an artifical en-
birds which made this place a stopping "
point years ago. The marshes are of vironment for the preservation of wild=
great extent, both on the Canadian and fowls for people to enjoy, Lake- St.
Clair flats can be converted into a
Amrican sies. sveritible fairyland for children or a
lo3'hn Minor Gets Results
But on the Canadian side, several place for grown ups to enjoy the
ya b ubeauties of bird life in natural setting,"
wealthy men have bought up much si rfso oh A era'
of this land and have made to a cer- said Professor Roth, "As a recrea-
tain extent a game preserve. Such tion means, to preserve the wold fowl,
stingexentiguaeresrve.Suichdto give the hunters more game, such a
stringent regulations have been placed step as the creation of a wild life
upon these lands that the ducks and sanctas wol ean much to the
other fw ne rtcinmk sanctuary would mean much to the
ohrfowl under protection make people of. Michigan."=
great use of their privilege. John
Minor, well nown as a lecturer and
for his farm where wild ducks are
protected, has secured marvelous re-
sults from making his area of land a W hat one student
place where the birds can rest and
feed in their long flights in the spring wrote home-
and fall. Not only have the ducks
remembered this place, but many wild
geese pay visits there, so that the
number has increased enormously
within a few years. The surrounding
territory is much favored by this pre-
serve or sanctuary, for many of the
fowl remain in the adjoining rivers.
People delight in visiting this locality . V 1'ok a I
that they may see wild birds in suchV
great numbers in their natural sur-
roundings and undisturbed by theC afeter
hand of firearms of man. " j t i
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A group of people in Detroit seek
to lease over 1200 acres of land on the
American side for the site of a club-
house, in .connection with which" they
can establish some such a park for
wild fowl. Safe conditions for the
birds can be secured so that they can
mark this place for a refuge and feed-
ing point on their itinerary in migra-
This idea can be much further ex-
tended to include all the marshes
around Lake St. Clair. Then all this
area can be, governed by "no hunting"
rules. Only about 150 hunters each
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