365 Deer Killed in New Jersey, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-10


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365 DEER KILLED IN NEW JERSEY TRENTON, N. J.. January S. The 1918 deer hunting season in New Jersey, as shown by the final reports from wardens compiled by State Game Protector James M. Stratton, was- remarkable both for the large number of deer killed and for the entire absence of accidents to hunters. Under a new law each successful gunner had lo report the killing of his deer to the county warden or .to the State Fish and Game Commission direct. This? was responsible for the recording of a record score, a total of 303 bucks having been bagged during the four days of the open season.

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