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FROM DIANA'S DIARY
Miss DillpicMes Indiscreetly Chances a Visit to a Prizefight.
I hate to see good food lying idle, so I reached up at the ringside
and grabs off the sandwich.
By Fred Schaefer.
Yes, I attended the Young
ten-round contest. I was there.
But I don't remember much about
it. Not after a certain, stage of
After I bulldozed my brother
Dudley to'let me dress in some of
his clothes, it didn't seem at first
as if I would stand inspection.
"Your head looks like a wart'
Dudley complained, "gee, it looks
Jittle, And take off those high-
heeled shoes." lie also made me
put on. a long, loose ulster and pull
a cap well down over my hair, and
we finally figured , that I would
pass in a pretty dim light as a
"sissy" fight fan. Luckily there
proved to be lots of cigar smoke
in the hall and I was slipped into
a front seat close by young Raus
mitt's corner without any notice
being attracted. Then my brother
fleft me and went into the ring.
He was one of the kid's seconds.
When they were tying on the
gloves, in usher dame up with a