Animals: Misbehaving Motorman

Misbehaving Motorman (Concl.)

When 33 U. S. sportsmen banded last year to help Government and private conservation agencies protect and restore the nation's wild life, they chose Walter P. Chrysler as first chairman of their American Wild Life Institute. Motorman Chrysler, whose favorite fun is shooting wildfowl on his Great Choptank River estate in eastern Maryland, showed himself a good friend of conservation by serving as an Institute director until last spring, contributing substantial sums to its treasury.

Meantime, Orin D. Steele, able and vigilant Federal game agent at Cambridge, Md., was receiving...

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