On J. V. Hampton's 3,000-acre farm near Decatur, Tex. last week, a three-year-old Black Angus became the most valuable bull in the world. To Owners Hampton and Urban Simon. Rancher Jack Danciger of Fort Worth handed a check for a one-third interest in Prince 105 SAF. Price of Danciger's one-third interest: $100,000.

In his short life, the Prince has already chalked up a notable record in the prize ring. Proud possessor of 13 ribbons, he has won championships in six states (latest title: Southwestern Grand Champion). To Danciger, who sold his oil company for $42 million in 1951, the Prince...

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