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Hound to the Hare

Nov. 27, 1961
Nov. 27, 1961

Table of Contents
Nov. 27, 1961

Point Of Fact
Table of Contents
Yesterday
Down Went No. 1
Cheerleaders
Daily Doubles
Fishing
Pro Football
Harness Racing
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

Hound to the Hare

Borzoi Hunt—Hounds to the hare, read a sign in northern California pointing the way to one of the rare hunts in the U.S. by the fleet dogs often miscalled Russian wolfhounds. Beyond the sign this dog displayed his speed in hot pursuit of a jackrabbit. Fast and fierce despite their patrician look of bored elegance, Borzois originally were bred to hunt wolves in Imperial Russia. California rabbits mostly eluded them by hiding under barbed wire fences.

This is an article from the Nov. 27, 1961 issue Original Layout

PHOTOTED STRESHINSKY