Correspondence with Chicago Tribune- 1961
Correspondence with Chicago Tribune- 1961
Correspondence with Chicago Tribune- 1961
Correspondence with Chicago Tribune- 1961
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Correspondence with Chicago Tribune- 1961

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"Mrs. Norman Ross" corresponded with the Chicago Tribune in an effort to have the newspaper report on billiards tournaments and exhibitions as it did in the past. She complained that there was no coverage from an event at Bensinger's Billiards in Chicago, and that the proprietor contacted the sports desk several times. The Chicago Tribune responded that it would like to cover the sport again, and asked for some contacts from whom to get some information on the sport. This correspondence is really rare and historically significant as it corresponds to a serious decline in the sport in the US.