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Fred's teacher, m whom everyone lanjcrh*. is matched tvith a man knotvn n* Ten->linute Galento. But Milo rocnn-rfhlle JI.T.I fallen in love Tv-ith a I>nrle.sfjue *tnr nr.mcd Dnvrn O'Day and •ays he can't wrestle. p ALENTO started in being ^ rough right a^ay. He couldn't get his hands on Milo long enough to bring him to the mat, •but he twisted his ears and got bis nose in the heel of his hand and then pushed, hard as he could. He kneed Milo in the .stomach and used a straight arm .on the back of his neck, which is '[Illegal, but I knew he wasn't (hurting Milo any.' Everybody was thinking it was « gag and folks were practically (rolling in the aisles. I shouted imyself hoarse, telling Milo to get [in there. He just circled around (taking punishment, while sweat j*nd tears dampened the mat. • Then Dawn O'Day is right be|Rde me, outside the ropes.. I'd irealized that she was a big girl ibtit not how big. And what a voice! "You great big bum, lay off, or III come in there and Ihrow you myself!" Milo heard her, as who couldn't? Galento had been back- Ing away, making a dive and butting Milo in the stomach. This Itome, instead of taking it, Milo .(moved sideways and Galento •went on past, ending up with his .arms practically around Dawn (O'Day's ankles. Maybe thk helped to arouse ":Milo farther, out of jealousy, but •'I think what really pulled him :' up by his own boots, so to speak, jwas when sb« began to yell again, Ifcwtar **n **t, » ** <* won* jible to m«. ereeing whisper, "Nine minutes," which meant that Galento had only one minute to uphold his title to being called Ten-Minute. He makes a flying tackle at Milo, who is standing there waiting for him to get up, and this time—surprise! Milo steps aside, as he did before, but this time he catches Galento's wrist, pulls, and gets behind him with an arm drag. Before Galento knows what is which, Milo applies a body lift, which is usually used to bring your adversary to the mat, but with Galento's feet off the floor, Milo switches to an underarm sweep and a crotch hold. Dawn O'Day is still fracturing my eardrums when Galento goes sailing right over Milo's head, the ropes, and the footlights and stuff, down into the orchestra pit. * * * ll/TILO was still dressing when Dawn came over to where I was standing, where the trunks didn't meet the scenery, but on the outside. She had on a short plaid skirt and whit* sweater that gave no more than an inkling of all that was underneath. "Hello, Honeyboy," she says, not looking like a showgirl at aH, but like any kid a year or so out of high school. "Where's your little friend?" "He'll DC out HI a minute," ] said. "Say, tell me, what was all that stuff you were yelling to Milo that pepped him *p ati of a sudden?" "Greek," she says. •"But you're not Greek." "I sure am. My old m*n has a hash house in Scranton." "With an Irish n*m* like O'Day?" "Dawn O'Day fc )w§t *er Hie stage," she whips back. Just then Milo comes out from behind toe trunks, Ted," h* s»3M pleadingly, "JMI no Milo take Marmott? Fed fo horn* streetcar?" MJU going to ask him the same thing, f I gould get a date with Dawn, :>ut I merely said, "What's the dea?" Dawn said, "What I was yell- ng to him in Greek was that if he threw that Italian into the orchestra pit I'd go for a ride with rim. I saw you two get out of that roadster, after you parked 7 the stage entrance." Right then I knew she was Greek all right. "Okay," I said, but I couldn't resist a dig- "They always say that the road to * woman's heart is a roadster." Altogether, I had nothing to ick about. I collected my $15 for holding up my man for almost 12 minutes. The manager held back the S25 that Milo was supposed to get, towards a new bass iddle to take the place of the one he had thrown Ten-Minute Tony Galento into, down in the orchestra pit, which the manager said Milo would have to pay lor. * * * T BEGAN to rue the day when -*• Milo met Dawn O'Day, but what could I expect when Greek met Greek, as they say? In my case, it meant no Marmon, which Betty Jane took a few times without crabbing too much, after I said that I had lent it to Milo. Meanwhile, I was having other troubles. I still hadn't had a real good football offer. Pa was only interested in sports that got my picture into the papers, so that he could show his Odd Fellows what a great guy he was, me being his soa, while all the time he was bawling me out for not making a career for myself and becoming a second Red Grange, if you can remember back far enough to know who he was. Between Betty Jane and Pa I was having it really rough. 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