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ing. "SvHen asked which he likes best,
swimming or boxing," he replied,
Cameron says of all his swimming
strokes he likes the American crawl
best, and the English "trogen" mean
ing "trudgeon," next
"I weigh 45 pounds with my over
coat on," said Master Coffey, "and
44 pounds with it off, and my over
coat has pockets. And when I am a
man I am going to take up medicine,
like my brother."
"I can spell my first name and my
last name," sair Cameron, "but I
can't spell my middle name. My mid
dle name is Charles. I know a little
girl that can swim; biit I can beat her
swimming ' Are you putting that
down?' I bet everybody will laugh."
"Why, Cameron, should little boys
and girls learn how to swim?"
"Well, the boys should learn so
they can beat the girls."
PICTURE HAT MADE TO FRAME PICTURE FACE
The Milhnery Lady calls it a sailor.
but with her kind permission we'll
ename it a picture hat, for it is as
ovely as a picture, this wide
)rimmed hat that frames the picture
face of Eve LeGallien, the actress.
It is of pale blue corded silk, faced
with white The band is blue and
white The white ribbons fall in
streamers like those of a school girL.