Billetti - Sept 27, 1933 Ruston Daily Leader - Ruston, LA

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Billetti - Sept 27, 1933 Ruston Daily Leader - Ruston, LA - CIRCUS TO SHOW IN MONROE ON OCTOBER_SIXTH...
CIRCUS TO SHOW IN MONROE ON OCTOBER_SIXTH Hagenbeck-Wallace Shows Bring Oddities^ tff World The . good" ; old/-dliys are here again, as far aj^the small boy is concerned—for,/%> cticus is coming. The Great Hagenbeck-Wallace circus, second largest in the world, is announced fgr performances, in Monroe, on Friday, Oct. 6. Hailed as thf Highest Class Cir- the Hagenbeck- cus On sts of ^countless " many-of them importations" from .Europe and new to America. Clyde Beatty, Beatty, world's greatest wild animal trainer, heads the list of stellar attractions. attractions. Twice daily, this fearless fearless youth gives battle to forty, snarling, and ferocious lions and tigers, declared, the most dangerous, dangerous, and breath-taking display of all time. "Poodles" Hanneford, greatest of riding clowns, and the famous Hanneford Family of bare-back riders; the sensational Billetti Troupe of high-wire performers; "Bombayo", The Man From India; India; the picchiani Troupe, thrilling thrilling spring-board acrobats; the Canestrelly Family, unsupported- ladder performers, and the Flying Flying Hills and Clarkonians, famed troupes of daring, aerialists, are, but a few of the one hundred acts and displays which go to make up the gigantic 1933 program of the Great. Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus this year. Innumerable horse displays, trained wild animal numbers, herds of as be of performing elephants, educated seals, and scores of thrilling ground, and aerial displays, and a new version of, "Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt", lyrical pageant of ancient Egypt which opens the performances, performances, will be additional features. Performances are-scheduled for 2 and 8 p. m., with the main «i frv**vt F ' it_— I .. gates ppen*g one hour earlier in each instance, allowing time for • 4.v»_ wi/v leisurely inspection of_ toe big dauble-menagerie, the largest on 1. 1__ J.1M .. «*n**1 J>1 ' I tour in the world. Chicago man smoked his first cigaret the other day at the age of 80. Be interesting to see if it stunts his growth. Police beat firemen in tug-of- war at Cleveland's annual field day meet, which is doubtless explain- ed by fact the police are familiar with the pull. more

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  1. The Ruston Daily Leader,
  2. 27 Sep 1933, Wed,
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