“I do not particularly care to shoot grouse out of trees but probably wouldn’t hesitate if I were hungry. Of course a truly practical soul might mention that it doesn’t make much difference to the grouse whether he is potted on a branch or bagged while splitting the wind through the hemlocks after being pointed stylishly by a setter with a pedigree written on parchment.”

Charley F. Waterman
“Sports and Killjoys”
Gray’s Sporting Journal, Spring 1988