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|[U LAT S. C. A. MEETIN I L LUflIII U.U Are Made
T Subject" of Address to be "The TO £l !Monday. October 21.
L L LI i i ULL UII One Increasing Purpose" UL UU . 1i an the proverb
ta n r r n IT r UICvat First Session. -- to 11any Ysilantians a
Machine Guns Kill Pachyderm
Responsible for Death
of Three Persons.
HEAD TO BE PRESERVED
Jealousy Believed Explanation
of Sudden Rage Over
- -...Michigan Will Consider Ohio's
Rev Allison Ray Heaps of the System as Model for
First Congregational church will Similar Body.
be the speaker at the first of thez--_-
experimental convocations con- WILL MEET IN TOLEDO
ducted by the Student Christian -----
association to be held this Sunday October 22 and 23 are the dates:
at 8 o'clock at the Lydia Medels- set for the annual meeting of the
sohn theatre. Ohio City Planning Conference. Mr.!
Service Doomed as Plans FERGUSSON GIVES ciety to draw one of the largest
for PavingOver Trolley Rails RESEARCH T A L K audiences in recent years. The lec-
fr ai OBEolRE ture was held in Room 2054 of the
BEFORE SOCIETY Natural Science building
will mean of motor buses upon the field ofCteg
I transportation and the "tough ----- Fergusson is at present at work
break" of two years ago when three Using as his topic "Exploring the!here m the University on data col-
nd probably D. U. R. cars crashed into the old Atmosphere." S. P. Fergusson, a lected from the Hobbs observatory
Ann Arbor. Farmers and Mechanics Bank ' in Greenland, and which has been
lay, the city building on Main street contribu- representative of the United States brought back to Ann Arbor recent-
ted to the necessity for a terming- weather bureau in Washington, D. ly. The resultant book which
its Depart- te!otencsiyfratria
I tion of the street car business. Ac- C., delivered a lecture to members should be completed by November
ill make its cordingly, trolley service was dis- of the Geographical Journal society 1, will include all observations made
shaltuponcontinued and the process of cov- last in at 800 o'clock Th in Greenland at the observatory
tracks on ering up the useless rails was de- . station sice 1926. Important data
urying the cided upon. Until the actual work subject, one with which Fergusson which is entirely new in its scope
opes of the was begun on Packard street, a is very familiar being an expert on I is used as a basis for the publica-
ntians and number of people in Ypsilanti held atmospheric conditions, proved' tion. Miss Mary Elizabeth Cooley
vival of in- to the hope that some miraculous j sufficiently of interest to the so- iis assisting Fergusson in his work.
vice, stroke of luck would stop these
ilway, not- proceedings and save the street
r+, ,,n ~!rilayfo ftuegenerations. --
I An Arborites for a e
tA IA! JAhti -, rtU nL r rcnL
Reverend Heaps will give an ad-
dress, "'The One Increasing Pur-
pose," illustrated with colored
Harold W. Smith, director of the ;Pi rDetroit nited
Michigan Municipal League ad ed in the im past fo
rone of the foreosttohriiinfi.hi ans
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the state on the subject of city
(By Associated Press) slides from the motion picture of planning and zoning, will lead the1
KENNEDY, Tex., Oct. 17.--Tak- the same name. The theme of the i Michigan group of city oficials
en for a ride" by his own herd- service is expressed with one of planning to attend the meeting of
mates and "put on the spot" by his Tennyson's passages, "I doubt not the Ohio body at Toledo. Mr. Smith
human friends of the circus lot, through the ages one increasing hopes that this meeting will result
Black Diamond, rogue elephant purpose runs, and the thoughts of in the formation of an organization
Corsicana,rd Tex w a excu he men are widened by the process of in Michigan, similar to the one in
Corsicana, Tex., was executed herethsu. h.
Wednesday. Short machine guns the suns. Ohio.
like those employed by gangsters The experimental devotional ser- In the last five years, a repre-
were employed by his executioners. vices, as these convocations have sentative of the Municipal league
With Black Diamond's death the been termed, are entirely separate reported, there has been a rapid
circus lost between ten and fifteen from the student convocations to f growth of city planning and zoi--
thousand dollars, but rid itself of be found in Hill Auditorium ing within this state. This inter-
an animal which, according to its throughout the year and will not, est manifests itself in the fact that
former trainer had killed three conflict with them in either pur- many officials of Michigan munici-
jJI ILUI U IIII~;!ar sueu U No miracles occurred, however, so
Und from Ypsi, gradually lost its
student clientele, so that a discon- Monday seals-mayhap for eternity
tinuance of passenger service seem- --the doom of the last trolley line
ed imminent. The encroachment in this vicinity.
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Circus elephant men who con- is such that the basic needs of the
ducted the execution took no students are not being satisfied,
chances on a repetition of Satur- the S. C. A. is conducting these
day's tragedy, in which the ele- services in the belief that such
phant, with no apparent provoca- services are best suited for solving
tion, seized and crushed to death these problems.
Mrs. Eva Donohoe, a spectator.
When a huge , grave had been Students attending the assemblies
prepared in a cow pasture about will be asked to state problems they
two miles from town, the elephant's wished discussed at the future
handlers gave him the familiar ral- meetings, and in this way a plan'
lying cry for the parade, and he specifically adapted to the under-
lumbered into position as he had graduate needs will be developed.
been accustomed to do for years.
Three of his herd mates were
yoked to him with chains to make
certain he would not stampede. Want Ads Pa
A queue of circus peopla and
curious townspeople followed him -
in his lumbering death march. The
old bull, one of the tallest in cap- ,
tivity,nwas a dramatic figure as he
went unsuspectingly to his death POAT-0CHIPS
and many of his old friends had Fresh Daily
tears in their eyes.
Chained to Trees.
Near the grave Black Diamond FRESH DONUTS
was firmly chained to three trees, Watch Them Made '' the
and Hans Nagel, director of the Window
Houston zoo, and Adrian Hines, a Cookies-Fresh-Daily
taxidermist who wished to save theC i s
head for the Houston institution, 224 South State
The first burst of lead fired into Light Lunches
the body of the nine-ton pachy-
derm seemed to puzzle the animal. Soups
Another burst made him groggy Home-made Pies and Cakes
He rolled over slowly and took an- Hi
other fusillade in the body. The
executioner then gave Black Dia-
mond the "coup de grace," a single
well-directed shot in the brain, and
the circus had done with him.
After the head had been removed,
workmen tugged and hauled at
the huge body until it rolled into
According to the theory advanced
by H. D. Prickett, Black Diamond's
trainer before he left the circus to d
work for Mrs. Donohoe, jealously
and a long memory were responsi-
ble for the tragedy Saturday. In
his hospital bed in Corsicana,"
where he is recovering from in-j Our floo
juries he received when he tried to furniture and
save Mrs. Donohoe, he said the ele-
phant saw Mrs. Donohoe with him waitigfor de
when he said goodby to it and to fore we are of
the circus. I
thing in our lar
paties, bo large and small, are
;'going to Toledo next week.
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