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Instead of dancing, like she was supposed to, all she did was walk up and down. i At first Milo just sat there, bardly watching. He could get the saddest of any man I ever knew, and he was sure that way now. Then Dawn started to undo her dress, and I could see him begin to take interest in spite of flhimsell. You never saw a dress '(With so many hooks and zippers. There was a noise just like a itire getting punctured and at (first I didn't know what to think, but Dawn O'Day still looked pumped up full, and then I realized it was Milo exhaling his breath. "Is beautiful," he whispers. "Milo no se« womans like she, never." He couldn't take his eyes off her. and when she ran past us, still undressed the same, h« said, Ted, is terrible. Milo no can wrestle. Milo in love." This was a fine how are you. "You can't lay down to the Italian fellow who cahed you chology, for he might have been, a Turk for all 1 knew, but Milo disliked Italians. "No can help, Fed. She like lamb. White like cloud. Milo bad, me." I could have said a lot of nice things about Dawn O'Day myself, but she was too big for a lamb and too solid for a cloud. Besides, just at that moment up comes the manager and says, You. handsome. What's your name?" Anybody would know he didn't mean Milo, so I said, "Fred Anspach." He looked at me real hard. 'That's no name for a wrestler," he says. "But you're no Terrible Turk, either. And with them features, none of the Bull names, like Montana or Kolrnar, or any of the Angels. . . ." * * * H E appeared to stop to think, and if that is what he did, no thinking was ever more inspirational. "Quick, you're on the mat to two minutes. Anspach is a German name, I guess, although I never heard it before. Who did Germany ever contribute to the world of sports besides Schmei- ing?" ! could of told him, but time was going on aspace, as they say in books. Before I could even think, he says, "I know, Hacken- schmidt" There went the mat on those wheels they call dollies. The fellow who sang with the girl through most of the show appears on it about the time it gets put down on the stage, and a microphone comes from somewhere for him to talk through. I hear, "On my right, Sailor Hack- enschmidt," and really thought it was my opponent, until tb* manager began to push me through the ropes. I dont remember the name of the tramp who was my versus. When he it was an act of charity. Following my instructions. I tried to keep him on his feet as long as I could, so the downstairs customers could see what he looked like, if. they wanted to. I can't even remember what hold I used to pin him. From in back, on the stage, I heard some woman's voice shouting, "Choke him, Honeyboy! Twist his head off!" It was this Dawn O'Day, the strip-teaser, as I learned they called her act afterward, and the audience began yelling Hon- eyboy too. It was quite a sensation, standing there with the footlights beaming on me. Right beyond was the deep pit where the orchestra sal during the show. I could see the horns and the drums and the big bass fiddle, where they had been left. The manager comes out and practically drags me away. He turned out to be a jealous character. I think because of Dawn rooting for me. * * * A NYWAY, this marked a turn^ ing point in my career, as ever since, Honeyboy Hacken- scLmidt has been my professional sobriquet, which is another word for alias. The loud-speaker announced Milo and the other guy, who called himself Ten-Minute Galento, meaning that nobody lasted with him more than 10 minutes. He had looked dangerous enough in clothes, but out of them he was terrific. He must have tipped the scales at as much as Milo, but it was the kind of muscle that stuck out in hunks, all over. 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