Animals: Dog Show

White was the fashionable color at this year's Dog Show, the 58th staged by the Westminster Kennel Club. Boxed by a low red fence, the big oblong carpet in the centre of Manhattan's Madison Square Garden was its usual faded green. The 8,000 spectators wedged tight around the fence and tiered in the great oval galleries for the final night's judging last week were a somber mass. But under the arc lights glaring from the ceiling the six dogs which stood at smart attention waiting for Dr. Henry Jarrett of Philadelphia to name...

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