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4ý24 Univeyrity farr rlace Mr. Js Stcklay Ligon. Ligon Gaem Farm Qarlsb!4A, New Mextoo Doar Stokl-yi I have been dlsooumged. about the New Maxexo situation ever sle, about 1925, but I feel I am n posittion to intervene. If I wrote a letter to anybody protesting the pregent ord. I would have to be able to back up m statents with details of which I had p osere l nowledge, z4 as you know, I h-ve no personal knowedge of details at all. I would have to be espeoially caroeful in th casse of iretar Ickes, sine. I have ugually beon across the fence from hin. I feel thAt the reme4 for thle sitwition w1il have to come from inside the state, I was extremely gla that you and St-rer have ýOttinu acquainted, and I an taking the liberty of senin to him that prt of your letter which dals with turkeys. What does Judge Botts say should be done in New M4exico at pre~sent? I would lean heavily on his 09Tuion. With best rgalrds to yourself oand MIrs. 14igon, Turs sinoerely, Aldo Leopold Profeesor of Wildlife Iti,-nremnt