Or was he? Frank Clark, the one who killed old Ephraim 1923, wrote in his autobiography that he encountered another grizzly in the 1930's and the tracks of another one in the 1940's. I've heard rumors of a grizzly killed up Millville canyon in the 1930's. I remember as a teenager seeing a framed photo of a couple hunters posed with a young grizzly in a cafe in Garden City, that bear was said to have been killed in Jebo Creek above bear Lake sometime in the early 1940's. A friend's dad who graduated from USU and went on to be a wildlife professor at BYU says USU has in their collection the hide of that young grizzly and the date it was killed. If true, that would likely be Utah's last grizzly.Anybody ever heard about Old Ephraim? He was the last known grizzly to live in Utah.