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who has handled ome good fighters,
is looking for a green youngster to
take under his wing. Parrillo has the
battles dated and is a good boxing
teacher. All he needs is a fighter.
.STANDING OF THE TEAMS
W. L. Pet
Philadelphia .... 18 6 .760
Cleveland 18 10 .643
Washington 15 9 .625
Chicago 18 12 .600
Boston 12 16 .429
St Louis 12 19 .387
Detroit 10 19 .345
New York 7 19 .269
W. L. Pet
Phfladelphia 16 7 .696
Brooklyn ....... 18 9 .667
New York 14 12 .538
Chicago 15 15 .500
St LOtiis 14 14 .500
Boston 10 14 .417
Pittsburgh 12 17 .414
Cincinnati 8 ' 19 .296
Chicago, 7; New York, 0.
Philadelphia, 8; Cleveland, 5.
Detroit, 5; Washington, 2.
Boston, 3; St Louis, 2.
Philadelphia, 10; Chicago, 4.
New York, 7; Pittsburgh, 4.
Brooklyn, 6; St Louis, 5.
Milwaukee, 6; Louisville, 2.
Kansas City, 5; Toledo, 3.
Other games postponed; rain.
Chicago, 11; Covington, 2 (8 in.).
Indianapolis, 3; Cleveland, 1.
St Louis, 7; Pittsburgh, 0.
EDWARD GLEASON DIES AT BALL
Death entered the ballroom in
which the Hearst-Harrison Democ
racy was holding its annual ball at
the Hotel LaSalle last evening.
avenue, secretary of H.-H. Cook
County Democrats, droppe4 "dead on
the fifth floor aS he was preparing to
leave. Heart disease is the supposed
JUDGE LANDIS HANDS WALLOP
TO PROFESSIONAL BONDSMEN
Federal Judge Landis handed an
other wallop to one of the worst
plagues with which Chicago courts
are afflicted the clan of professional
Yesterday, Landis held Joseph C.
Rubens and Aaron C. Wendell, who
call themselves real estate dealers
and have an ofilce in the City Hall
Square Building, to the grand Jury on
charges of jerjury.
' It was shown that Rubens had
signed bonds on a $10,000 property
he never paid for, and that Wendell
had deeded two pieces of property
to him for the purpose of signing the
bond of Louis Ennis, alias Robert B.
Raymond, tinder indictment for mis
use of the mails.
Rubens and Wendell had stung En-nis-for
$1,010 and a typewriter as the
price of-signing the worthless bond.
Landis forced the two professional
bondsmen to return the $1,010 and
the typewriter to Ennis, and held
them to the federal grand jury on
charges of perjury On $7,500 bonds
real ones each.
Ennis was released on a cash bond
of $1,010, the money returned to him
by Rubens and Wendell.
"After all I've said about profes
sional bondsmen' said Judge Landis,
"it Is simmy heartbreakine to have a
f thing like this occur in my own
Mrs. De Fashion Where's the
morning paper? Mfc' De Fashion
What on earth do you want with th
morning paper? Mrs. De Fashion I
wish to see if the opera we heard last
night was good or bad. -
Black diamonds come from the
,, Edward Qleason, 39. 611 LaSi