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utes to play; thesoccer game in St.
Louls yesterday between tire St. Leos"
and the Chicago AH-tStar& afideiTin
a free-for-all fight between the play
ers of both sides.. Spectators joinejd,
in the fracas,' which assumed almost
the proportions of a-riot before a pla-
toon of police was rushed to
BCene to Quell the disturbance."
In the final melee John Patterson,aI
official lineman of Chicago team.tl
was knocked- senseless by a blow
from the first of "Dike" Brannigan ofV
the St. Leos. -o
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MEXICO'S, JOAN OF ARC FIGHTING AT HEAD OF"
TROOPS TO REVENGE ftUSBAND v ,';
UOU jtamon mores, tne Mexican
Joan or Arc, one pf Pres. Carranza's
right-hand army leaders and decor
ated for bravery by his own. hands,
arrived in this country recently from
her home in Mazatlan, en route to
Tucson, Ariz., to visit her two jdaugh
4ers, -who are attending school1 there.
CoL Flore? has f ought'ln 47 battles
and has been twice wounded. She
has a command of 600 'cavalrymen,
who idolize as weir as fear herr as
she has gained a rejSutationOf 'giving
. rfo quarter.
Col. Mores' career in' the Mexican
army-has been both. sensational" and
iSat&eti'c. Two years rigo. At the out-o
break of hostilities against -iuerta,
her husband and four near relatives
were- killed. Her estate in the statea
of TinaloaWs destroyed and all her!
property confiscated.- She swore ven-d
geance and asked Carranza if she!
could join his ranks. She was made3
a colonel and given command of a
hattalion of 600 cavalrymen. J
She'fdlned her" forces with Gen.
Cerrasco' In operations along the?
Southern .Pacific in'Sinlofc, and after
the Aguas'Calientes-qbnference she!
and Gen. Cerrasco -marched at the
head 'of a laige army which occu-l
piedMiaaatlan.- '-.- ,-