Science: Eastman, Akeley

Presidents have sought game in the wildernesses of the earth, so have Presidents' sons, and frontiersmen, and sportsmen—but rarely have retired manufacturers.

George Eastman, famed maker of kodaks, is in a fair way to set a precedent. Recently he retired from the presidency of his company to gain a "more detached view of life." He planned a visit to Alaska. That is being carried out this summer.

But he is going even further afield. It was announced last week that he would go on a hunting expedition with the famed hunter Carl Akeley into...

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