Animals: Elephants, Apes

Small boys who wish to go rabbit-hunting must ask a farmer's permission before venturing into his thickets. Likewise, those who wish to hunt apes and elephants in King Albert's 500,000-acre game preserve in Belgian Congo will have to ask permission of a committee whose personnel was announced last week by King Albert's Ambassador to the U. S., the Prince de Ligne.

Members of the committee headed by the Prince: Dr. John C. Merriam, President of the Carnegie Institution, Dr. Henry Fairfield Osborn, President of the American Museum of Natural History, Mrs. Delia J....

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