Sport: One of Those Things

Last week a hunting party of three men set out to shoot quail near Greensboro, N. C. They were Samuel Clay Williams, board chairman of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. (Camels) and a onetime NRAdministrator; President William Adger Law of Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.; A. L. Brooks, a Greensboro lawyer. Walking through a patch of honeysuckle, Hunter Williams tripped. His gun went off. The shot hit Hunter Law, 20 feet away, in the left leg. It took almost two hours to get Hunter Law, 71, to Siler City for first aid. From there...

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