The Press: Son of Scotland

In Denver, last week, a towering, stoop-shouldered, stub-bearded old Scotsman pushed back his chair from behind an ancient rolltop desk, clapped on his battered Stetson at a rakish angle, and ambled through the door. Lord Ogilvy, 79, ace feature writer on the Denver Post for the last 30 years, started down the street.

Scotsman Ogilvy, born in Britain, then and now a British subject, served the U. S. as a soldier in the Spanish-American War, but never got beyond Jacksonville, Fla. He served Britain as a captain of Brabant's Horse in the Boer War...

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