Business of life took Philip Crowe to all parts of the world, and wherever he went he found ways of tucking in some sort of sport, whether in America, China, India, England. He hunted to hounds in India and attended the Kadir; he rode and shot ducks and raced in China; he went hare and otter hunting in England; stag hunting in France. He plied the rod and reel from Kashmir to Scotland, from Alaska to Florida. And everywhere he rode to hounds, or went beagling, or raced. Though his adventures are uneven in interest and overlarded with names and yet more names from the hunting social register, there's much ""how to"" and good sport gossip. The Paul Brown sketches give it added flavor.