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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 09, 1913, Image 4

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readers it should be rewritten by the
star dopist on the pink sheet.
"It should smack of the parlance
of the bleachers andf verbiage o
Coney Island;" Swan avowed. "One
phrase, 'Let us "go- hence should be
altered- to 'read, "Let its sit on the
porch awhile,' or 'To the hay for
us.' "
Swan threatens to 'write an Amer
ican Bible if no one else is willing to
undertake the task..
o-
,
H AN DUNG YOUR' FEET A REAL ART
Upper Panel Shows the Wrong Way to Handle Your Feet. Lower
bhows the Correct Way to Handle Them-in Public.
Lottie Mayer, champion long-dis- woman who, in public, handles her
tance swimmer, declares -that- - the feet in such a way as to unnecessarily.
Panel
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