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A man got a telegram from a horse last week. The horse was Bozo, a big rangy hunter in a big box stall looking out over the rolling hills of Tennessee's fertile Harpeth Valley. The man, owner of the horse, was slight, black-haired James Geddes Stahlman, 44, publisher of the Nashville, Tenn. Banner. He was in the grand ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria in Manhattan where the 51st annual meeting of the American Newspaper Publishers Association had just elected him its president.

For six years President Stahlman has hunted Bozo with the Hillsboro Hounds....

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