National Geographic : 1939 Jul
LORDS OF THE ROCKIES LIKE A SHOT OUT OF A GUN, BRUIN LEAPS FOR LIBERTY Because he has been bothersome to visitors in Yellowstone National Park, rangers have carted him about fifty miles away for punishment. He loathes the truck ride and loses no time in making an exit when the end gate is raised. BY A SHORT CUT HE SPEEDS BACK TO THE CAMP GROUNDS, WHERE FOOD MAY BE HAD FOR THE BEGGING The black bear knows that succulent gifts from campers await him at the end of the trail. An old bear with cubs once outwitted the Chapmans in Yellowstone and got more than her share of supplies from their tent (page 113).