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August 16, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 63) • Page Image 1

… easy art of ballooning. Meat sA down.? By ALBERT FOXLER Daily Science writer Though weak stomachs may find it. re- volting and University purists may call it sacrilegious, the wolverine, symbol of both…

…, but with hamburger at $1.50 a pound who can af- ford to be choosy." About two and one-half feet long with brown hair and two yellow stripes running. See WOLVERINE, Page 10 ortage got yo Te mighty…

August 16, 1973 (vol. 83, iss. 63) • Page Image 10

… of "probative con- moot crucial or how masn criter- ditions" to qualify for residency. overine provides solution to ShOrtage IsCnt iw-lfomPag e' down its back, the wolverine in- habits wooded rural…

… trap the animal, but they soon learned the wolverine is just too smart fr that "They've been known to pull the bait out Of traps without be- ing caught," comments Dogman President adamant on tapes…

… - generally around 20 or 30 pounds- wolverines can be among the most dangerous of op- ponents. Their razorsharp teeth h:ive discouraged more than one greenhorn hunter. IF A HUNTER is fortunate enough to bag one…

…. Harold Katz, wolverines have been used for food during other times of eco- nomic deprivation. "DURING THE depression in 1893," Katz reports," the gover- nor himself ate wolverine for din- ner to show the…

… citizens that it would be all right." Though no such gestures are coming out of Lansing today -- this not being an election year- consumption of wolverine around the state is definitely on the rise. So for…

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