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first heat, the second going to
Lindberg of the Chicago A. A.
Reidpath's time, 48 7-lU, was the
best. Only winners- in the semi
final run in the final.
The applause greeting the three
American flags that flew in the
stadium following the sweep in
the 110-meter hurdle, attested the
popularity of the Yankee athletes
with the Swedish audienqe. The
kind, who was in the 'royal box,
led in the cheering.
Geo. Slamanick, 1914 Nutt
Court, shot and badly wounded
John Keleponic, 1011 W. 19th St.,
because Keleponic said he must
be nutty to live on Nutt court.
Mrs. Wffl. J. Sinek, 1123 Win
ona ave., suing for divorce, said
husband went into disorderly re
sort with other woman. "How
do you know?" asked Judge Mc
Donald. "Followed him," said
Mrs. Sinek, and won the divorce.
Geo. A. Kimel's in again, with
a long spiel about how he is go
ing to soak it to his "enemies."
Edwin Fdorf, 16, 1237 Cor
nelia st, drowned in lake off
Buena ave. Cramps.
Minneapolis, Minn. Judge
Dickinson denied accusation of J.
R. Canterbury that he made faces
to influence jury and thereby have
them bring in verdict favorable to
Los Angeles. Reporters on all
local papers will be called by de
fense to prove that at time of end
ing of McNamara trial, Bert H.
Franklin gave out statement that
Darrow had nothing to "do witK
bribery of jurors.
Havana. 4 sailors so badly
scalded by explosion in boiler
room cruiser Cuba, that they may
DIP JOINS T. R. MOVEMENT
New York, July 12. In an un
expected interviewwith two Bow
ery policemen "Kid" Schaeffer,
the popular pickpocket, admitted
his intention of joining theRoose
velt third-term campaign in the
. "T. R. is a good drawing card'
he said. "Just follow the trail of
his third-term campaign and you
will find plenty of suckers.
"Go through his crowds selling
Bull Moose buttons. This will en
able -you to spot the suckers with
the heaviest rolls.
"Then when they get to argu
ing politics pluck the cash. It's
dead easy to get a man's money
when he is talking -about T R."
T o o
Three Americans have left the
Philippines to cruise around the
world in a 40-foot boat. GoodbyJ
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