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Arno Walter Dosch (1879 - 1951) was a Lawyer, Journalist & Correspondent - He was the son of a German immigrant to Oregon. He graduated from both the University of Oregon and Harvard law schools. He was admitted to the Oregon bar in 1904 but never practiced law. Instead he became a staff reporter for The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon. The author writes: "EVERY man living we Arno Walter Dosch (1879 - 1951) was a Lawyer, Journalist & Correspondent - He was the son of a German immigrant to Oregon. He graduated from both the University of Oregon and Harvard law schools. He was admitted to the Oregon bar in 1904 but never practiced law. Instead he became a staff reporter for The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon. The author writes: "EVERY man living west of the Rocky Mountains probably has an opinion on the right and wrong between the cattle and sheepmen in their struggle for the open range. Every man's opinion is worth just so much. It is certain to be biased. Even the facts can be biased, and so these may be which are set down below."


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Arno Walter Dosch (1879 - 1951) was a Lawyer, Journalist & Correspondent - He was the son of a German immigrant to Oregon. He graduated from both the University of Oregon and Harvard law schools. He was admitted to the Oregon bar in 1904 but never practiced law. Instead he became a staff reporter for The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon. The author writes: "EVERY man living we Arno Walter Dosch (1879 - 1951) was a Lawyer, Journalist & Correspondent - He was the son of a German immigrant to Oregon. He graduated from both the University of Oregon and Harvard law schools. He was admitted to the Oregon bar in 1904 but never practiced law. Instead he became a staff reporter for The Oregonian in Portland, Oregon. The author writes: "EVERY man living west of the Rocky Mountains probably has an opinion on the right and wrong between the cattle and sheepmen in their struggle for the open range. Every man's opinion is worth just so much. It is certain to be biased. Even the facts can be biased, and so these may be which are set down below."

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