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January 18, 1.936
Volume II Number 2
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Clarence Moen, the last of the
Golden Gloves entries, .went down to defeat in a' thrilling.battle of the middle-weight division last Friday night.
Moen won his first fi .ht in the contest
and drew a bye, which placed him
in the semi-finals of that ..class..
The man that .beat Moen was the
winner of the middle-weight division of
the Golden Gloves Tourney.
Richard Wik and Reino Waara discovered a bog hole in section 6 that
was fairly teeming with life, Ihe water was free from ice and upon closer
observation, they discovered that it
contained literally millions of tadpoles, some of which were 3 or 4 inches in length. Ihe boys brou^it back
a few of these peculiar fish and they
now reside, in a makeshift fish bowl in
the forestry office.
' The mapping' -crews have been experiencing a bit of trouble now that
they have begun working on snow shoes.
None of these boys have done any snow
shoeing before and it is quite novel
even ' though they have some trouble
with broken harnesses and loose snow.
Dick Kangas under Ai Coolidge has
had a crew burning brush niles on the
Pequaywan Road, Camp 26 Road, Marshall
Road, and at oresent, the road between
Brimson and Rollins, If you have any
'burning questions.' ask Kangas.
New .Nick Names
Walter Anderson - 'The Hawk,'
Chas, Wilse-y -'The Tamarack Kid. '
M. Morse - 'Gunder. '
3. Foss -"'Stooge. '
V, Becker - 'Grapefruit.'
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Thank You Ladies - See You Again Soon,