Miscellany: Nov. 9, 1925

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In Manassa, Colo., (birth town of Pugilist Jack Dempsey) members of the school board proposed to name the new high school "The Jack Dempsey School." Came a fierce protest from the American Legion. "A direct affront—yes, an insult—to every World War veteran," said the Chairman of the Denver District Rehabilitation Committee.


In Bloomsburg, Pa., a wild animal show came to town; the lions roared all night. Soon citizens began to miss their dogs. Then a small boy spied a dog-collar in the lion cage; others saw pieces of paws, etc.; the...

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