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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 15

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DRILLING RATTLE TJJAjT MrE:miPPLET
GIRL INTO GREAT ATALETE:
"it -in
Four years ago Dorothy Becker
was a cripple.
Nurses and doctors attended her
day and night.
She was pronounced a "hopeless
invalid."
TODAY
At age of 14 she is called the "per
fect girl."
She is a champign swimmer, and
all around athlete.
She can box, swim', wrestle row
and play baseball.
HOW SHE DID IT
Will be told in a series of four
'articles by.
Heir mother, Mrs. Lillian D. Becker
of San Francisco. -
Written especially or The Day
Book.
THEY BEGIN MONDAY
6 o -
Wher women stop thinking after
marriage it is only" because they
haven't room to 'think.

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