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organized Milwaukee clubs this win
ter. Mandot claims he can make 126
pounds, and wants fights with
Charlie White, Johnny Kilbane and
others who are too slender to battle
lightweights and too heavy to be con
sidered by the feathers.
Milwaukee 62 30 .614
Louisville 55 43 .561
Columbus' 54' 44 .561
Minneapolis 53 45 .541
Kansas City 48 52 .480
St Paul 43 53 .448
Toledo 43 54 .443
Indianapolis 33 61 .351
HOW THEY'RE BATTING
White Sox Lord, .286; Chase,
.270; Collins, .260; Benz, .258; Bodie,
.251; Schalk, .246; Weaver, .239; Eas
terly, .234; Fournier, .209; Rath, .206;
Berger, .200; Mattick, .190; RusselL
.186; Lange, .176; Walsh, .138; Scott,
.069; Chappell has not played in
enough games to get his name in the
Cubs Zimmerman, .319; Leach,
.302; Bridweil, .286; Saier, .280;
Schulte, .278; Evers, .278; Mitchell,
.271; Phelan, .255; Archer, .254; Mil
ler, .252; Bresnahan, .235; Cheney,
.234; Goode, .211; Corriden,. .180;
Lavender, .143; Needham has not
played in enough games to get his
name in the official averages.
Cobb and Jackson are tied for the
lead In the American League with a
percentage of .400 each. McDonald
of Boston leads the National with
Statistics compiled by the munici
pal council show that most widows
in Paris-take a second husband with
in eighteen months of the death of
Three indispensable accomplish
ments must be possessed by candi
dates for the police force in Vienna.
They must understand telegraphy,
be able to row a boat and swim.
Morris Gilbert, 48, 1340 Washburne
av., ran down and probably fatally
injured at State and Polk sts. Albert
Malmquist, chauffeur for Owen H.
Fay Taxi Co., fled, but later surren
dered. Joseph Fish, millionaire head of
Joseph Fish & Co., will be named in
about 12 arson indictments to be re
Two men, each carrying burglars'
outfit, arrested at Morgan and Madi
son sts., by Desplaines St. police.
Efforts being made to serve sum
mons on Andy Lawrence, publisher
of Chicago Examiner, to appear be
fore Butts legislative committee and
tell what he knows about voting ma
Body of unidentified woman, about.
30 years old, with bullet wound
across forehead, found on lake front
foot of Lunt av. by Paul Brennan,
1504 Greenleaf av., and John Ramey,
1240 Lunt av. Shakespeare av. police
Eighteenth st. car bumped into
bridge which was being raised. Pas
sengers shaken up.
Passengers on Montrose av. car
injured when car was derailed by
stone and struck tree near Magnolia
av. Car wrecked.
Vice-Pres. Thos. R. Marshall in
Chicago today to attend banquet of
Chicago Chapter, Loyai Order of
Cook county women will take first
opportunity to vote today when
question of . new school building
comes up in Morgan Park.
Laborers unearthed skeleton of
man, and child, about 6, while ex
cavating in front of 7241 Bond av.
Mrs. Harriet N. Burnham, who
swallowed bichloride of mercury two
weeks ago, left County Hospital yes
terday fully recovered.
Fourteen autoists arrested yester
day as result of new campaign.
Coroner's jury decided that Mar-,
sene Winters, whose body was foumf