The exclusive Boone and Crockett Club, final arbiter of big game hunting records, has awarded its coveted Sagamore Hill medal to J. A. Columbus of Anchorage, Alaska for shooting the largest polar bear ever measured. An involved mathematical point system which measures antlers, skull or horns (left), not weight or skins, is the basis for recognizing world big game records. Four other new world records were also honored at the meeting, including a Coues deer downed by Ed Stockwell of Tucson, Ariz. in the Santa Rita Mountains; a mule deer killed in the Kaibab National Forest by Horace T. Fowler of Phoenix; and a Columbian black-tail deer collected in Trinity County, Calif. by A. H. Hilbert of Sacramento. The grizzly bear skull submitted by the University of British Columbia received a certificate of merit awarded for scientific specimens.