Sport: At Chattahoochee

There are 1,500,000 archery addicts in the U. S. Most of these toxophilites are content with target shooting or flight shooting (for distance). But some 15,000 are Cock Robin killers: they want to kill something with their bows & arrows.

Fifteen years ago, bow & arrow hunting was almost extinct in the U. S. Today every State except Arizona permits hunting with bow & arrow; twelve States have special preserves for bowmen, three States (Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin) have separate hunting seasons for archers.

Bow & arrow hunting is encouraged by U. S. conservation authorities, because kills are few & far between. A bowman...

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