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Curley and Moran will come to terms
and those who follow heavyweight
affairs doubt if Willard will be seen
in the ring until after he finishes his
' If only one ball was used in the A.
B. C. bowling tournament at Toledo,
0., beginning March 4, it would trav
el 287,550,000 feet, or 57,510 miles
or two and one-third times around
the world. It is figured the ball each
time rolled, would cover 150 feet go
ing from the bowler to the pit and
Abe Langtry, A. B. C. secretary,
says the entries will include 600 five
men teams, 1,500 two-men teams and
TELLS HOW U. S. SURGEONS
MAKE NEW FACES FOR SOLDIERS
Society leader in New York and
one of the backers of the American
ambulance in France, Mrs. Vander
bilt, who has just returned to this
cbuntry, tells how American sur
geons are busy making new faces for
soldiers who have had theirs shot
away in the trenches.
EASY TO LEARN PROFESSION
REID POINTS WAY
Ah! Now we can all be doctors,
lawyers, dentists, mechanical en
gineers. No trouble at all, a few days'
work, a couple of dollars, a friend or
two on the board of examination,
and, presto, you are the member of
a profession that once took four
years of study to attain.
Here's the way you work the
game (we ought to charge for this.)
Last week Dr. Wm. H. Reid, city
smoke inspector, was not a mechan
ical engineer. But the city ordinance
regarding the qualifications of a
smoke inspector says he "shall be a
mechanical engineer qualified by
technical training and experience in
theory and practice of the construc
tion and operation of steam boilers
and furnaces, also in the practice of
smoke abatement and prevention."
Now Dr. Reid was a dentist, and
the curriculum of the ordinary den
tal school includes no course in me
chanical engineering. But certain
obstreperous aldermen who were
silly enough to think that a smoke in
spector should know something
about how smoke is made went after
the scalp of Dr. Reid.
So the doctor plugged away at
books and spent almost a week in
one boiler room. He was getting the
"theory and practice" which the
ordinance said he should have. Hav
ing progressed well in his self-taught
university he went before the board
of examiners of stationary ingineers,
took an examination and passed. His
only tuition fee was the price of a
Earle Williams, Vitagraph player, is
a golf enthusiast.
Mae Murray, Lasky star, will soon
be seen in "To Have and to Hold."
And now Jack London has written
a serial. Vitagraph is to produce it.
Richard C. Travers, Essanay play
er, is writing a volume on his ex
perience in motion pictures.