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"Wow! But it's cold!" So soy
Herbert Moorman, 8, and George Cusimono, 15, as they spruce up in the showers after a game. I I — Enters Fifth Year J Star Staff Photos ,yt of trouble wouldn't be hard if ool hours—Maj. Ernest W. Brown, out a few years ago. As a result tan Police Department was estab* r. for sports and entertainment, some *, are available to the club member d there are no club dues. Precinct i juvenile delinquency since 1934 and >e. Trained supervisors assist in all .ff, aided by a registered nurse, looks The club operates a summer camp t to support the club opens today. |>2 Indiana avenue N.W. A hand press is I used at precinct five to get out a paper and print invitations and notices for the club bulletin boards. Boys must learn to be both good losers and winners when they play games before Boys' Club spectators. Leon Brusiloff conducts a prac tice session of the Boys' Club Band.