Observations On Drosophila Collecting In South America.
- 56- MUNRO: Thank you Dr. Srb. I think if yQu have other questions, we _I ask you to ask them this evening. ( We will meet here at seven o' clock in this room. _- PA_ III S. S. MUNRO, _ CANADA DEP_RTMENT OF AC_RICULTURE SATURDAY EVENING SESSION We intended this evening to start off with a short talk by Dr. Dobzhansky on his South American trip. We have another man here from England, Mr. Hugh Finn, who _ from Canterbury. .....He is a poultry breeder and a general farmer and a member of the Egg Council over ) there. He is over in this country on a Ford Foundation Traveling Fellowship, or _-.... something of that nature, and he has very kindly agreed to talk to us for five or ten minates here about the present status of poultry breeding in England and _hat is happening. I am sure it will be very interesting, I imagine they are going through certain revolutions as we have been, and I will ask Mr, Finn to come up and talk to us at this time. FINN= Thank you for allowing me to come. I" have had nothing but kindness from everybody I have..seenand met, and perhaps I have been more impressed by the fact that wherever I go everybod_ tells me or gives me an answer to every question which I ask. I assume that the questions are reasonable, but certainly, the answers are \ always readily coming forward and I a ssume the answers are always correct. I would like to tell you a little of what is happening at home, and I can only tell you because it is not particularly interesting yet. We have about