Animals: No. 63

Most dog shows look, sound and smell alike. The Westminster Kennel Club's dog show, held annually in Manhattan's Madison Square Garden, is no exception. But it is the oldest exhibition of its kind in the U. S., and it is attended each year by the cream of U. S. registered dogs and certified socialites. Although this year's show, the 63rd, had far fewer entries than Cruft's of Great Britain (3,415 to 8,839), its 96 breeds outnumbered Cruft's 90.

Fashion decreed the entry this year of more cocker spaniels, last year's favorites, than of any other breed; but No. 63 differed in few...

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