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Duck Hunting #200841

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 27, 1969
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(Studio) Duck hunting full of perils, especially for ducks. -
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Marysville, California) At Meadowview Wildlife Preserve, ducklings trained to live between pen and pond. Club to sell $1000 mbrships., so hunters can shoot ducks when they 1st fly from pen to pond. Each hunter guaranteed 100 ducks over 3 mos.; club will kill for them what they don't. [Mgr. Clyde McRUNNELS - hopes to interest "man behind desk." Sport comes from betting, not shooting.] If scheme works, they'll do same for quail and pheasants.

Cronkite, Walter

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