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"BACK TO NATURE' LIFE MAKING NEW MAN OF ABE
Abe Attell enjoying a swim on horseback in one of the many
lakes on Nolan's 1,200-acre Lake County, California, ranch.
Abe Attell is having the time of
his life in California, where he
Is getting back to nature on Billy
Nolan's ranch, conditioning him
self for another whirl at the ring
Nolan writes that Abe has
taken to outdoor life like a duck
takes to water, that he is putting
on weight and he will be a new
man when he returns to San
Francisco in uly.
By Billy Nolan.
"Well, we are up here on the
ranch, having a great time fishing
and hunting. Abe has taken to
hotseback riding and puts in sev
eral hours at it daily. It was pret
ty rbtfgh on him at the beginning.
Fery bone in his "body was un
hinged. Now he isjD. K. and you
cannot keep 'him out of the sad
dle. Abe's complexion is changing.
His beak is as red as red ink and
peeling, and his body and arms
have become a couple .of shades
darker since coming- here. Ttvicd
daily we' plunge into the creek
After the last plunge in the after
noon Abe lays around on the
sandy shore of the creek before
he dresses. This accounts for the
He is as brown as a berry arid
taking on weight something he
has not done for the past eight
years. He will weigh at least 132
pounds stripped when he lands' in
San Francisco around July 1.
This will "be 10 pounds in excess
of what he ever weighed before
He will not be soft, either.