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A certain red-haired professor at the Law School, in explaining to his class the differences between British and American customs, recounted the well-known episode concerning the American who had experienced his first fox hunt. When the hounds ceased baying, the American inquired of his English friend whether he had followed the correct procedure: "With one exception," answered the latter; "when you see the fox, instead of exclaiming 'There goes that red-haired b----d,' you merely cry 'Tally-ho!'" Shortly afterwards the professor had reached the conclusion of his lecture. As he slowly trudged out of the room, briefcase in hand, one of his tutees cried out in a loud voice: "Tally-ho!"

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