Animals: Denver Dogs

Denver's zoo is not far from Capitol Hill, where solid Denver citizens have their homes. Such citizens Zoo Superintendent Clyde Hill would not wish to offend. But last week he sent them an ultimatum. A pack of dogs was prowling nightly through the zoo grounds, frightening the animals. One night they had killed a deer. Superintendent Hill had seen two police dogs, two bird dogs, one collie. All looked like nice, well bred dogs. He fired blank cartridges to frighten them away, but they returned. Unless Capitol Hill residents chained their dogs, said Superintendent...

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