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08-14-2019, 08:01 AM

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Originally Posted by mr3cushion View Post
Artie owned it in 70,71, the lease ran out. He sold it to Bob Segal owner of Howard & Palina Billiards. Clark Diversey Billiards (Bensingers) was at the intersections of, Clark, Diversey and Broadway, they opened New Years day 1960.
Thanx, Billy....I guess I never seen Artie then.

I would’ve loved to see the original Bensingers...the room Tevis called Bennington’s in
his book.......five floors...with the billiard floor on top.


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