Where Roosevelt will Hunt Big Game

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    Where Roosevelt will Hunt Big Game; F.C. Selous Says He Should Enter Happy Hunting Grounds from Mombasa to Avoid Fever. LIONS, ELEPHANTS, GIRAFFES But Game Laws Are Strict and the Great Bear Slayer May Bag Only a Certain Number of Each.

    The New York Times
    July 12, 1908, Sunday


    LONDON, July 11. -- "Hunting in Africa to-day is not what it was in the times of Baker and Speke," said Frederick C. Selous to the correspondent of THE NEW YORK TIMES, who visited him yesterday at his house in the heart of Surrey. Mr. Selous has been reported as being a correspondent of President Roosevelt on the subject of the latter's projected big game hunting expedition on the completion of his Presidential term.
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