Animals: Game Conference

In bronzed and ruddy contrast to pallid Manhattanites were 600 U. S. and Canadian sportsmen, scientists, game breeders and officials who gathered one day last week in Manhattan's Hotel Pennsylvania, around the tables of the 19th annual American Game Conference.

Most conservationists, well grounded in one phase or another of the problem of preserving furred, feathered and fishy creatures for some 15,000,000 U. S. sportsmen to pursue, feel overwhelmed by the immensity of the problem's multiple aspect—biological, ecological, argricutural, political, economic, legislative, administrative. Nearly everyone agreed when rotund, bright-eyed Major Littleton Waller Taswall...

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