Fishing and Hunting Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-01


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FISHING AND HUNTING NOTES The hawk can fly 200 miles, an hour unaided by the wind. Five hundred thousand shotguns are manufactured in the United States yearly. " A fortune of between ,000,000 and ,000,000, amassed in dealing in buffalo hides before the bison disappeared from the plains, is disused of in the will of AVilliam C. Lobenstein, filed recently. Babbit hunting eighty feet below the surface of the ground was the experience of George Williams, mine boss at Crawford No. R mine at Brazil, Ind. When Williams was preparing to leave the mine after a days work he noticed a rabbit sitting beside the bottom of the shaft. Using a carbide lamp he blinded the rabbit and easily captured it.

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