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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ^lu (tailor l'ttpirU (SttjcHf — UPI TelephotoUps and Mostly Downs Around Animals Clary Garrison, Longmeadow, Mass., Kepubiiean town committee chairman, was knocked Ut the ground Friday    Fvans,    a    *,K‘a*    (*lsc    jockey    in    Auburn,    (    alif.,    got    talked    into    riding    a    buffalo    during    the    rntnt    Au    u by Morganetta, a 4,000-pound female elephant at the Forest Park Zoo in Springfield. Garrison was at the zoo to    rodeo.    The    buffalo had other ideas and Leans flew    through the air. He was uninjured. Th( ivmt was part present the elephant w ith a 1974 Valley Press Club Headliner Award Tile GOP official escaped w ith mild bruises.    Kodeo    ( ow boys Assn. rodeo tour. Family Affair at the Hospital — UPI Telephoto Feeling a bit woozy after their mass tonsillectomies, the five children of Mrs. Gail Dooley, Lake Orion, Mich., manage to smile for a picture at Wheelock hospital. Since all the children were having throat problems, Mrs. Dooley and the family doctor agreed joint surgery was the simplest approach. Pictured from left, Brendan. 7, Shannon, 12; Matthew . 4; Burke, IO and Gavin, ll Moving Art The men moving the large modem sculpture to the new Sutherland < Dows Fine Arts ( enter at Coe college Friday almost formed an art pattern which paralleled the sculpture UPI Telephoto Close Call Melrose Akit stared 70 feet below this week after lier 1974 model car with only 41 miles on the odometer crashed through the plywood barricade around the excavation for a skyscraper in Montreal She had reached across the front seat to close a door which had sprung open and ended up through the barricade. She was later hauled to safety with a rope a fireman strung around her Photo bv I W word ;

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