ILLINOIS: Advice to the Lovelorn

The Chicago Tribune's tall, tired-looking Photographer Frederick Giese had been covering courts for eleven years. He had stuck his head into Judge Joseph Sabath's court about a zillion times. What had he seen? Well, brother, he'd never seen no Gypsy Rose Lee dancing in the jury box. Just jerks he had to photograph. But since it was his life work he looked in again one day last week. Nope. The joint looked haunted. Nobody inside but a black-haired young guy, a blonde dame, and a lot of empty seats.

They looked so sad that he went in anyhow. No story. The...

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