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clothes for a day and the officer turn
ed me free.
I "jumped" a-street car just like a
man, "sassed" the conductor, made,
eyes at a woman or two and they
responded and it was,Joj;Tpus. 1
even got off a car wh'ile.it'was run
ning and I. didn't get off bacK wards,
We walked into the .bar of a :hotel
and called-for a'drink.'bubthe' man- l
I ha'd'my shoes 'shined and the boy
never suspected anything.
I went to a bachelor hotel and reg
istered for a roonvand "got by." The
Clerk did not "get me" at all, and I
thought that was. a glorious-lark.
I had -dinner at a big cafe, the
waiter not seeming to" think it
strange that -we 'did not take off our
-The' hardest part - of fay, role was
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Gypsy. Haywood in her
ager, thinking I" looked rather young,
refused to serve me, saying "You look
too young, my boy. Do they know
you're not at school?"
I made a show of indignation and
Tnto several bars I went, however,
jad drank water and milk. .
Regular Citizen's Clothes.
to smoke" cigarettes or- rather to
keep them lighted. I managed it,
I Went into a' big. department store
and bought a. pair of lady's gloves.
"You seem to know a (lot about
your girl's hand," remarked the girl
.Behind the couhter,.giving me a more