become photographing in three hours. Rallies against the campus, said a spokesman Farmer Used Bull To Drive camera- the Day crews to caitiff." The dictionary t h e "caitiff" as a "base, despicable OTTAWA, 111., Mar. 15--(JP)--The Appellate Court says farmer Henry Factly, Jr., must not try to evict his aged mother, Rosa, from his home by using a noise-making bull, an electric fencs and other devices designed to annoy her. Factly a farm near Elgin, 111. j Referring to Factly, Judge George W. Bristow said in his decision he believed "there is no remedy in court of law to deal with such a The decision, announced yesterday upheld a lower court injunction is- sued in 1946. The decision said Factly: Tied bull to a tree near the house and "provided the bull a plaything which caused his mother many sleepless nights. He tied a| a r i ( j pr i milk can to the tree, leaving it suspended in the air, and placed in some rocks so that when the bull butted the can, terrific noises would result." j growers because of the Placed an electric fence across driveway,' "so that his unsuspecting mother might receive a sudden shock." Caused the water supply to be shut off." Chased the chickens from the chicken house and placed iron pipes in the weeds nearby, "so that h i mother would stumble and fall over them." ' ! Dug up her flowers and garden, i According to testimony. Henry Factly, ST.. and his wife, Rosa, deeded the 94 acre farm to their son .1936, and he signed an agreement | they could live in the farmhouse their lives. The father died in 1941. Henry, Jr., farms the property ! his mother and her son-in-law 1 daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fillmore. reside in the house.