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TWO DOUBLES A WORLD APART
William Chapman
November 25, 1963
A hunter's recollection of a Sioux Indian, an Irish lord and his own good luck
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November 25, 1963

Two Doubles A World Apart

A hunter's recollection of a Sioux Indian, an Irish lord and his own good luck

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Of those at my party, five young Sassenach officers married five glorious Highland girls. Ilsa married a flying officer from Lewis named Fergus MacLeod, who was killed in the Battle of Britain. I never did see Davy Rubber Ear, and I have never been back to look for him. But I understand there was long a legend in the Western Islands, and there still may be for all I know, about the Yank Who Could Shoot Two Snipe at One Go.

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