roller skating

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When roller skating became a fad, he had sold out his business, built a big rink, and in a year was stranded high and dry.

Inside the great room, at a desk almost large enough for a roller skating rink, Andrei Broncov appeared to be studying a document.

"But what broke your Pa up at the roller skating rink," asked the grocery man.

Later on a promoter endeavored to rent Jeffries Hall for a roller skating rink.

Roller skating and hoop rolling, as well as sledding, are all valuable recreations.

Roller skating would be good exercise for Dormy, he said, and even for Nat, who would be joining us before long for his holidays.

Dancing became popular now, just as roller skating had been the summer before.

The fun is moving pictures and roller skating and dances and the Avenue parade—with the boys along sometimes.

Bicycling comes in and goes out; roller skating attacks nearly every one of the young folks and then is abandoned.

We were in the play-room, and I had been persuading her to try her hand—or feet—at roller skating.