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DUNNES EXPERIENCE WITH DICE. "All sorts of stories are run in on a racetrack and some of them are mighly foreign to anything on the turf," says the Enquirer. "The conversation iu the Dunne corner took a shift the other day and Fat Dunne started it. It was after F.sther Brown had been boosted from 00 to ,100. From one natural to another, said Pat. " Did you ever shoot craps? asked a bystander. " Yes, said Pat. I did many days back, and it was on the turn of the dice that my racing stable hung. I did not have so many then. The last shake was for ,200, and the man tossed out a pair of aces and I have my stable of horses still. I took those dice and chopped them into pieces, as I imagined that 110 man living could make as many passes as the man turned out if the dice were straight. But they were all right. "