Billetti-Oct 20, 1933 - The Hearne Democrat - Hearne, TX

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Billetti-Oct 20, 1933 - The Hearne Democrat - Hearne, TX - HEARNE, TEXAS B. Hagenbegk-Wallace Circus in...
HEARNE, TEXAS B. Hagenbegk-Wallace Circus in Bryan Oct. 21 Cantakerous tigers, lions, gifted with marvelous bass voices, pernicious pumas, polar bears, great herds of performing elephants, and clowns and t stars bespangled—these, together .with (band and calliopes, sideshows, and hundreds of blooded ring and track steeds, are coming to Bryan for the (Great Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus, is 'scheduled for performances afternoon and night, on Saturday, October 21. ; The huge circus, second in size in 'America, has always been known as jone of the two leading shows on the i road, and reports from various sources 'are to the effect that the performances are such that the appetites of I patrons, for things of a circus char- lacter, will be thoroughly satisfied i this season by the Highest Class Circus on Earth. , Clyde Beatty, most fearless wild i animal trainer of all time again, j heads, in person, the list of "thrillers." (Alone and single handed, he battles forty of the most vicious, and treacherous beasts on^earth—a mixed group of male and female, jungle-bred lions land tigers. It is declared the most j dangerous and thrilling display ever | before presented. Other featured stars and displays will include the famous Hanneford family of bare-back riders, with "Poodles" Hanneford, dean of riding clowns; the Picchiani Troupe, sensational acrobats; the Canestrelly fam- ly, unsupported-ladder performers; "Bombayo," the man from India; the famous Billetti Troupe of high-wire performers, and over 10 other daring! and sensational acts from among the 500 men and women arenic performers with the huge circus this year. A mammoth double-menagerie, largest on tour in the world, features scores of rare and costly animals, augmented by five herds of perform- j ing elephants, 30 camels, and a whole herd of zebras. The performances starting at 2 and 8 p. m., open with a gorgeous spectacle, "Cleaopatra, j Queen of Egypt," said to be a triumph in lyrical pageantry. (Adv.)

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  1. The Hearne Democrat,
  2. 20 Oct 1933, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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