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GREEK AfDH&BIE WORKS' AS WAITERS PRESERVE
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keep his ani&teufatfiWfocstanH
ing.free frdjtnthe tairit ofprofes
Greek7 is "shooting ;b'is
fuits" at Pi'tt5bdrg'sultfasweTr
:avern, the Schenley.. . -
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jiscuits" Iitjerally, jferauseat'tnV
Schenley theiron '5nd stel, kings,
md their offshoots don'teat such
pulgar thihersbut -Theolbsfts an.
Kficient waiter.';'' -- ' .-'
He would' notihave-to-toss,tid
bits for millionaires 'but for his
determination to" rfemain an ama
teur. -- . - "'
.He treasures 35 medalsv and a
gold watch, won in amateur com
petitions. He has refused flatter
ing offers to -become a 'physical
instructor which-would bar him
from amateur competition.
Anastas was'-in five Olympian
events in 1906. He has been here
eight years, coming to study and
participate .m athletics, rrhr.ee
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