As of this writing, Rompola had not submitted any score sheets to B&C;, as that organization requires. And well-known B&C; measurers in Michigan and elsewhere were bewildered by the fact that no one had come forward to say they had participated in the scoring. Ron Boucher of Wallingford, Vt., a prominent B&C; measurer (and occasional contributor to this magazine) scored Hanson's buck. He said, "Even if (Rompola) kept the score sheets, all B&C; measurers are required to fill out a 3-by-5 card stating they measured an animal of a given species and sex at such-and-such a time on a certain date and mail it in immediately. B&C; records the date the card arrives, and that's the only score accepted. (his procedure) is to keep people from going to three or four measurers, shopping for one who will give them a better score.'' At press time, Jack Reneau at the B&C; office in Missoula, Mont., confirmed that the organization had received neither score sheets nor a postcard confirming the deer had been measured.