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Sportsman's Show

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Returning with some 12,000 live and mounted exhibits of the inhabitants of the North woods, the Sportsman's Show is running through this week in the Mechanics Building on Huntington Avenue. Indians and their appurtenances, fish and the tackle that is supposed to catch them, animals and the weapons with which to hunt them are all included in this annual exhibition.

Native Bostonians know what to expect from this year's show because it hasn't changed except for a few slight improvements in scenery from the general style of the last few years, but those who are away from home will want to visit the exhibition some time before they leave the Hub of the Universe. Several contests in log-rolling, wood chopping, and canoetilting are held each day to attract the interest of those who are not there to see the sporting equipment. In addition, there are exhibitions of fly casting that cannot be equalled.

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