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What’s the Deal With: The statue outside Wilson Library?

Nature of statue baffles passersby no longer

"The Man Who Used to Hunt Cougars for Bounty" was carved on-site by Richard Beyer in 1972. The statue sits outside the entrance to Wilson Library on Western Washington University's campus.
"The Man Who Used to Hunt Cougars for Bounty" was carved on-site by Richard Beyer in 1972. The statue sits outside the entrance to Wilson Library on Western Washington University's campus.
By Jemma Alexander News Intern
Outside Wilson Library on Western Washington University’s campus sits a smooth granite statue
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