Mr. Raymond L. Ditmar's remarkable motion pictures of animal life will be shown in the Living Room of the Union on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. These pictures were taken by Mr. Ditmar, who is curator of mammals and reptiles at the New York Zoological Gardens, and afford an unusual glimpse into the habits and lives of various mammals, reptiles, and insects.
The film is entitled "The Book of Nature" and is composed of six different parts. Features are the pictures showing a nine-foot cobra, a Katy-did singing by scraping its wings, and Gunda, New York's man-killing elephant. The performance closes with the "Jungle Circus" in which all the animals are seen in a series of natural feats.