Get Chief Honors In Puppy Division at French Bulldog Show
After two days of keen competition, the eighth annual show of the French Bulldog Club of America at the Hotel McAlpin closed yesterday. The attendance was not as good as at previous shows, but otherwise the affair was a success.
Although he selected a green candidate, Young Pourquoi Pas, for the highest honors in the dog classes over several noted champions, the judging of Samuel L. Goldenberg was indorsed by all but a few of the losers.
Arthur B. Schulz's Patois won in the dog puppy division of the fourth annual produce stakes, and Norman B. Roech's Fauvette in the bitch puppy section. The latter won the special for the best in the two divisions.
[A list of the winners in twelve classes of competition, irrelevant for present purposes, has been omitted.]