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ACME OF BEARDOM
Four years ago a group of bewildered little Bear Cubs
were ushered into the Den of Bolton-into a new de-
lightful life, strange at first, but gradually familiar.
Weak and dumb, they were soon poking inquisitive noses
around, searching, learning, flexing new muscles, and
trying new tricks.
A year passed, and the erstwhile Cubs, grown rangier,
stronger, and with a broader outlook on life, were defi-
nitely a part of the den. They were learning, not only
to growl and scratch correctly, but to talk in various
Bear languages, to know something of their ancestors'
history, and to calculate how many deer it would take
to fill five Bears if each bear's stomach was a right
Still another year, and now the Cubs are sophisticated,
blase, Bears-about-the-forest, acquiring knowledge by
leaps and bounds, engaging in contests with other Bear
dens, and looking indulgently on every new crop of Cubs.
Four years. The acme of Beardom in Bolton. Proud,
majestic, anxious to try their claws, muscles, and immense
store of knowledge, the Cubs, now grown, are ready to
leave their den, and venture into the great Forest of Life.
They have had a good time, and it is with mingled feel-
ings of joy and sorrow that they leave their Professor
Bears and Bolton Den and go forth into the world.