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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1912, Image 14

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By Fred Schaeffer
Not only does IgnazRausmitt
hve next door to us and my broth
er is helping him train, but'every-thing-
connected withv his forth
coming battle seems to be happening-
right while I'm around
This afternoon I was back in
the alley dumping potato peelings
in o ihe ash can" when J overheard
some queer talk behind the fence
m a vacant lpt: T I J
, "Listen, Kid if you'd stall and
let 'Uppercut' take an easy decis-3f
ion we could clean up Then you'doe
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