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ly draped and did not cramp the
"In my dancing costume," she
said, "I grow, my bouy grows, my
mind develops and there is my soul,
vibrant, alive with joyl!
While on a visit in Los Angeles
after rebelling from the monoton
,ous grind of university routine, Miss
Wilson was offered a position with a
motion picture company. She re-
HOW MY DAD
fused however, preferring to culti
vate her dancing. When she return
ed home she found a letter from Sid
ney Beattie, a well-known New York
producer, asking her to go east and
take a place on the legitimate stage.
"I have made up my mind to go,"
she said. "What I want to do is to
combine interpretative dancing and
speaking parts. I feel that I have
found my true sphere at last."
TAUGHT ME TO PLAY BALL
BY JOE TINKER, JR.
Fourteenth of a Series of Photos,
Posed Especially by Joe Tinker, Jr.,
for The Day Book, on "How to Play
PITCHING FAST BALL
If you want to make the old horse
hide jump, fellows, follow this lesson.
The fast ball is a tough one to throw
at the start; probably the hardest of
them all, but it is worth while mas
tering. Hold the ball so the first
Cleveland has the honor of having
more telephones in proportion to its
population than any other city in the
United States. New Orleans draws
the booby prize.
and second fingers overlap the seam,
the other fingers against the smooth
surface-and not too much pressure
on the thumb, as shown in the upper
picture. Use a good overhand de
livery, letting the ball get away when
the arm is straightened out Draw
back the first and second fingers the
instant the ball leaves the hand, as
shown In the lower picture,
To enable his automobile to run
over deserts and sandy roads, a Cal
ifornian has equipped it with canvas
belts, which revolve around the rear
wheels, providing smooth tracks.