THE PRESIDENCY: Further Exploits

The trout season neared its close in Wisconsin. President Coolidge learned that trout feed by night as hungrily as in the daytime. He took up fishing after dinner and one evening stayed out until nearly midnight. Another day he caused his gear to be assembled and boarded a special train for Lewis, Wis., some 90 miles away, where lives Charles E. Lewis, Minneapolis broker. The Lewis estate on Seven Pines Creek, like the Pierce estate on the Brule, has its own trout hatcheries in spring-fed ponds. The Presidential catch was 137 (in...

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