Sport: Remarkable Markable

With 2,350 entrants, the annual dog show of the Westminster Kennel Club, held last week in Manhattan, was slightly smaller than usual. Notable for his absence was Pendley Calling of Blarney, twice judged best dog in the show, whose owner, John G. Bates, chairman of the Bench Committee, kept her retired to give other terrier fanciers a chance.

There were 23 piggish pugs but no bloodhounds. Partly because so many bloodhounds have recently been poisoned, singly or in whole packs, breeders are afraid to show their dogs....

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