Animals: At Grand Junction

In last year's trials throughout the South, pointers won so regularly that the old pointer v. setter argument seemed academic long before Edward R. Coleman's pointer Susquehanna Tom won the Grand National. In minor meets this winter, setters have won almost as many firsts as pointers but pointers have won the more important prizes. Of the 16 dogs entered for the Grand National, run last week over the Ames Plantation near Grand Junction, Tenn., only two were setters and the favorite, if there was one, was Walter C. Teagle's white & liver...

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