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Sutton has been hunting again. He has hunted malaria, sleeping sickness, gophers and rabbits, deer and buffaloes, léopards, lions and tigers, rhinosceroses, hippopotamuses and elephants. He began hunting on a quarter section in Kansas, and he has gone on until he has hunted all the wildest parts of the Americas, Africa and Asia and the neighboring islands. Having hunted all of the animals on the face of the earth, he has now gone after those which live on the ice. He is the prime shot, the champion stalker, the long hunter, the big nimrod of dermatology— of dermatology, yes, of the whole faculty of medicine, not to take in more territory. It is a great thing; we are glad he does it. He is a bully example for the rest of us, and a source of keen satisfaction. Whenever we hear any man who thinks he is a big hunter
An Arctic Safari, with Camera and Rifle in the Land of the Midnight Sun. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1933;27(3):545. doi:10.1001/archderm.1933.01450040551022
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