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WORLD WAR I
CASUALTIES OF AMERICAN ARMY OVERSEAS

REPORTED ON DEC 19, 1918

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LATE LIST

KILLED IN ACTION

CAPTAIN

John E. Crum. Pocatello, Idaho.

LIEUTENANTS

Charles Henry Duncker Jr., St. Louis, Mo.
Asher E. Kelty, Rice Lake, Wis.
Oscar O'Kane, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Louis Peterson, Brooklyn, N. Y.
A. D. Weld, Boston, Mass.

CORPORAL

Otis A. Brayfield, Herrin, Ill.

PRIVATES

John S. Kelly, Dixon, Ill.
Dennis T. Flynn, Emington, Ill.

DIED OF WOUNDS

LIEUTENANT

Frank Merritt Stewart, Rochester, N. Y.

PRIVATES

Nicholas G. Roth, Belleville, Ill.
Joseph B. Grennan, Dwight, Ill.

DIED OF ACCIDENT AND OTHER CAUSES.

LIEUTENANTS

Walter James Flynn, Oil City, Pa.
Charles N. Sims, Delphi, Ind.

SERGEANT

Raymond J. Kinsella, Springfield, Ill.

DIED OF AEROPLANE ACCIDENT

LIEUTENANT

Thomas L. Sencer Jr., Thomasville, Ga.

DIED OF DISEASE.

CAPTAINS

John H. Norton, Springfield, Mass.
Herbert E. Rankin, Albany, N. Y.

LIEUTENANT

Herbert P. Doyle, Chatham, Ont., Can.

WAGONER

John Duncan, Pekin, Ill.

PRIVATES

Freeman S. Parker, Stockton, Ill.
Calvin W. Heese, Springfield, Ill.
Noel M. Akers, North Danville, Ill.
Ben M. Borgars, Collinsville, Ill.
Hedric Rhodes, Trillis, Ill.

WOUNDED SEVERELY.

MAJOR

Philip J. McCook, New York.

LIEUTENANTS

Richard Bernard O'Conner, Brooklyn, N. Y.
James B. Cutler, Germantown, Pa.
Oscar W. James, Lexington, Ky.
Roy C. Newton, Stillwater, Okla.
Talma A. Scott, Winfield, La.
Harold B. Thorne Jr., New York.

CORPORAL

William Henry Bailey, Joliet, Ill.

PRIVATES

Frank J. Greenburg, Bloomington, Ill.
Obed E. Lipincott, Casey, Ill.
Thomas L. Maher, Peoria, Ill.
Leonard McClure, Cairo, Ill.
William M. Potts, Lewiston, Ill.
Otto J. Straub, Belleville, Ill.
Sterlin Potts, Waverly, Ill.
John W. Ross, Middletown, Ill.
Willie F. Sparks, Cobden, Ill.
William L. Sanders, Shabbona, Ill.
Kotos Petroff, Burlington, Ill.
Carl H. Rang, Joliet, Ill.
Isaac N. Linton, Shobonier, Ill.
Charles Hoscheit, Peru, Ill.

WOUNDED, DEGREE UNDETERMINED.

CAPTAINS

Emmett W. Eddy, Shreve, Ohio.
Joseph H. Main, Slocum, R. I.
James Brown Schoch, Wayne, Pa.
LIEUTENANTS
William O. Huske, Fayetteville, N. C.
Theodore Thoburn, Meadvile, Pa.
Murvyn K. Allebach, Brookyn, N. Y.
Yancey L. Culp, Gainesville, Tex.
Lloyd E. Jones, Gloversville, N. Y.
Dallas C. Keller, Frankfort, Ky.
Harry R. Sage, Philadelphia, Pa.
Archie M. Van Horn, St. Louis, Mo.
Martin L. Wheeler, Moscow, Pa.
Wm. B. Henderson, Decatur, Ga.
Harmon O'Neall Acuff, Knoxville, Tenn.
John T. Clissett Jr. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Herbert V. Martyn, Cleveland, Ohio.

CORPORAL

Frank H. Wilson, Cambridge, Ill.
Robert D. Fletcher, Warrenville, Ill.

PRIVATES

James O. Andrews, Mason, Ill.
Arthur N. Cole, Eldorado, Ill.
Hayden Duckels, Chesterfield, Ill.
Leon D. Moats, Marseilles, Ill.
Volney F. Clements, Bethalto, Ill.
Edmund J. Dressler, Sheller, Ill.
Sylvester Gasaway, Raleigh, Ill.
Charles S. Irvin, Pontiac, Ill.
Luther G. Kessler, Pawnee, Ill.
Benton Rawlings, Alton, Ill.
Ulyssess L. Saylors, Simpson, Ill.
Charles Southard, East Alton, Ill.
Herman W. Tate, McLeansboro, Ill.
August E. Temma, Hinkley, Ill.
Virgilio Cioni, Loda, Ill.
John M. Green, Camden, Ill.
Charles D. Lasley, Contralia, Ill.
Charles E. Ludwig, Rochelle, Ill.
Charles E. Travous, Belleville, Ill.
Valentine J. Krier, Niles Center, Ill.
Charles T. Little, Roodhouse, Ill.
John H. Message, Antioch, Ill.
John Sobieralski, La Salle, Ill.
Arthur R. Barton, Belleville, Ill.
John T. Hardwick, Carrollton, Ill.
Ebert Hall, Logan, Ill.
Karl Larson, Hennepin, Ill.
John Musial, Ashley, Ill.
Ira Peters, Enfield, Ill.
John W. Strobel, Richardson, Ill.

MISSING IN ACTION

LIEUTENANT

Walter W. Royce, Los Angeles, Cal.

CORPORAL

Theo Phulus Stewart, Royalton, Ill.
Harry W. Weygandt, Mendota, Ill.

PRIVATES

Virgel E. Cain, Adeline, Ill.
George R. Snider, Centralia, Ill.
Thomas L. Hill, Mulkeytown, Ill.
Lay Whalen, Mattoon, Ill.
Joseph G. Lampe, Aviston, Ill.

EARLY LIST

WOUNDED SEVERELY

COLONEL

Asher Miner, Wilkesbarre, Pa.

MAJOR

Oliver L. White, Roanoke, Va.

CAPTAINS

Frederick R. Drayton, Philadelphia, Pa.
Arthur Y. McDermott, Brooklyn, N. Y.

LIEUTENANTS

Edgar W. Akers, Seattle, Wash.
Chester G. Burden, New York City.
Stanley C. Butler, Huntington, W. Va.
William J. Coyle, Seattle, Wash.
Edgar C. Kester, Everett, Wash.
William J. Roddey, Rock Hill, S. C.
Frank A. Van Horn, Philadelphia, Pa.
William J. Walker, Baltimore, Md.
Thomas F. Ward, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Deming Brownson, Seattle, Wash.
Herbert C. Caldwell, Ligonier, Pa.
Joseph C. Cheney, Ellensburg, Wash.
Garnett L. Edwards, Crawfordsville, Ga.
Monta J. Moore, Los Angeles, Cal.
Charles F. A. Murray, Hammond, Ind.
George E. Page, Hamilton, Md.
Francis O. Roller, Charleston, W. Va.
Kenneth S. Roiston, Ambler, Pa.
Edward L. Ryan, Troy, N. Y.
William Scott, Somerville, Mass.
William W. Sutherland, St. Louis, Mo.
John W. M. Thomas, Nashville, Tenn.

CORPORAL

George Batten, Ocenee, Ill.
George Henry Lampe, Breeze, Ill.
Joseph A. O'Leary, East St. Louis, Ill.
Clyde J. Shore, Sterling, Ill.

MECHANIC.

Cook Leon N. Stratman, Evansville, Ill.

PRIVATES

Harold Sampson, Sterling, Ill.
Carl J. Swanson, Sycamore, Ill.
William E. Henne, Iuka, Ill.
Henry J. Strassenberg, Mokena, Ill.
Wilhelm F. Kalbacher, Brooklport, Ill.
Richard Toney, Springfield, Ill.
William C. Schilb, Belleville, Ill.
Joe Loukitis, Ladd, Ill.
Peter F. Mark, Ottawa, Ill.
Fred Hosenkamper, Streator, Ill.
Herman Sachteleben Shoboniel, Ill.
Carl E. Compton, Atlanta, Ill.
Herbert E. Newman, Lafayette, Ill.

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CHICAGOANS IN THE LISTS

ARMY

KILLED IN ACTION

PRIVATES

Kot, Stephen, Sangamon and 12th sts.
Michel, Arthur N., 4940 Nelson st.

DIED OF WOUNDS.

PRIVATE

Rusnak, Albert, 1232 S. 49th ct., Cicero.

DIED OF ACCIDENT OR OTHER CAUSES.

LIEUTENANT

Colonsbe, George J., 8522 N. Claremont st.

PRIVATE

Hermanson, David J., 905 N. Lombard av., Oak Park.

DIED OF DISEASE

CORPORAL

Johnson, Martin M., 842 N. Troy st.

PRIVATES

Bulla, George H., 4432 Van Buren st.
Kosky, Frank, 1905 Superior st.

WOUNDED SEVERELY

LIEUTENANT

Frisbie, Frank E., 5710 Washington blvd.

SERGEANT

Southhard, Joseph J., 1840 S. Keeler av.

CORPORAL

Marbeth, Otto C., 10628 Indiana av.
Sutka, Charles J. P., 4164 W. 24th pl.
Ehlers, Fred [cook], 8122 Belmont av.

PRIVATES

Carlson, Charles L., 1439 N. Irving av.
Fundarek, John G., 946 W. 18th pl.
Georglopuis, George, 1034 W. Harrison st.
Healy, James F., 3032 Polk st.
Szyskowny, Mike, 958 E. 29th st.
Game, Ross C., 5300 Ellis av.
Healy, John, 7047 S. Winchester av.
Keehnast, Bernhardt, 3821 N. Oakley av.
Jaeger, Joseph J., 4146 W. 24th pl.
Schimelfening, Ellie, 930 Sunnyside av.
Stonesifer, Robert H., 2701 Central Park av.
Burinski, Bruno, 5102 S. Paulina st.
McGrory, Michael J., 220 E. 93d st.
Ruehl, William, 1233 61st st.

WOUNDED -- DEGREE UNDETERMINED

CAPTAIN

Williams, William H., 4414 Langley av.

LIEUTENANTS

Rice, Leonard M., 3001 Washington bd.
Renth, Edward J., 6427 Ridge av.
Gleason, John William, Oak Park.

SERGEANTS

Palczynski, Edward G., 1025 N. Sacramento blvd.
Riley, Harold, 4404 Magnolia av.
Jrazak, Joseph, 2845 S. Homan av.
Bessing, Frederick G. 2248 Melrose st.

CORPORAL

Knishka, Frank C., 6628 S. Talman av.

PRIVATES

Recknes, Earl, 1929 Karlov av.
Fanlstich, Arthur K., 2010 W. Chicago av.
Czarniecki, Boleslaw, 11932 S. State st.
Pasmuda, Joseph, 2229 W. 20th st.
Erlanson, Andrew, 1227 N. Avers av.
Hill, Virgil J., 2717 W. Congress st.
Jandezek, George, 1614 S. Throop st.
Sanders, Edward H., 6809 S. Maplewood av.
Lukovich, Nick, 706 W. 12th st.
Rentflejsz, Walter J., 2213 N. Long st.
Sauerberg, William, 1649 Irving Parkblvd.
Stack, John P. 5220 S. Carpenter st.
Casey, De Witt C., 5328 Calumet av.
Gnatz, Louis, 2016 W. 14th st.
Greene, Walter P., 3439 Rhodes av.
Heltz, Walter G., 2216 Washington blvd.
Toblesky, George H., 1651 Dayton st.
Churas, Anton, 700 W. 36th st.
Walsh, Everett J., 1121 Lockwood av.
Nunziato, Angelo, 1110 W. Van Buren st.
Jagen, William, 914 Concord st.
Peterson, Harry F., 5818 Union av.
Kelly, Martin, 3533 Fillmore st.
Szalczynski, Mitchell, 2847 Ward st.
Woods, Arthur V., 3049 Darwinter.
Anderson, Harold, 2850 Iowa st.
Przevozny, Theodore, 2238 W. 19th st.
Toborg, Miley, 2654 S. Springfield av.
Callahan, Joseph F., 2142 Farragut av.
Mooney, Patrick, 220 W. 24th pl.
Pryor, James D., 6559 Minerva av.
Mulligan, James J., 2436 W. Erie st.
Falk, Samuel, 1444 N. Talman av.
O'Connell, Daniel, 209 N. Maplewood av.
Schultz, Stanley E., 830 Noble st.
Stanislawski, Frank, 1822 W. 21st pl.
Jagen, William, 914 Concord st.

SLIGHTLY WOUNDED

LIEUTENANT

Gullfoyle, Thomas S., 2257 W. Van Buren st.

CORPORAL

Hanson, Charles, 5470 Kenwood av.
Lantero, Peter J. (cook), 2318 S. State st.

PRIVATES

Holmes, Albert P., 8827 Saginaw av.
Lewis, George, 2202 W. 107th pl.
Barden, Curtis, 1544 E. 58d st.
Mallace, John M., 941 Airdrie pl.
Marinelli, Fred, 914 S. Claremont av.
Steinman, Walter, 4520 Montana st.
Thompson, Daulphin, 708 E. 89th st.
Klosowski, Walter, 1432 Walton pl.
Antonson, Victor, 3758 W. 22d st.
Darling, Daniel, 9041 Brandon av.
Eagan, William Kurn, 4028 W. Jackson blvd.
Vanyek, Victor O., 5143 W. 25th pl.
Grench, John, 1505 North Park av.
Raferty, Darnell, 1866 E. 62d st.
Anderson, Albert J., 1901 Belmont av.
Predovich, John J., 1844 W. 22d st.
Smyth, Thomas, 3250 Cullom av.
Weinberg, Samuel, 2003 Washburne av.
Barlow, John D., 537 N. Sawyer av.
Conner, Edward, 2781 Campbell av.
Blessing, Arthur H., 2437 N. Sawyer av.
Hakewell, Fred W., 3417 Cortland st.
Ledwell, William, 927 W. 54th pl.
Brooks, Leslie E., 4832 N. Winchester av.
Carqueville, Ralph O., 5852 Rice st.
Johnson, David T., 1100 Barry av.
Kimmell, Henry, 1811 Maplewood av.
Sztybleski, Joseph, 1324 Rawson st.
Vrdsky, Vincent, 2481 S. Willard av.
Salovesg, Harry, 2715 Potomac av.
Page, Lowell J., 6050 S. La Salle st.
Ballard, Clarence R., 3147 Lake Park av.
Johnson, Scott L., 9138 Woodlawn av.
Vidhammer, Sverre H., 1421 N. Lawndale av.
Nelson, Chester O., 3925 Beach av.
Poirel, John, 1128 E. 48th st.
Todd, Robert L., 4118 Park av.

MISSING IN ACTION

SERGEANTS

Scollie, Robert, 7224 S. Paulina st.
Stejskal, Rudolph, 2750 Trumbull av.

CORPORAL

Vitek, Jerry A., 2644 Springfield av.
Vladyka, James R., 3007 S. Trumbull av.

PRIVATES

Anderson, Walter A., 2112 Superior av.
Goldman, Gustav, 1643 S. Turner av.
Miller, Alex., 1447 W. Ohio st.
Roczk, Andrew, 2887 W. 39th st.
Cengr, Bohumil, 2003 S. Loomis st.
Heidelberg, Gust., 1441 Holt st.

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Adams Scott, Braidwood, Ill.
Oscar Ahlin, Maple Park, Ill.
Luther S. Bateman, Dix, Ill.
August R. Gerlach, Ala, Ill.
John Tenoski, Seeser, Ill.
George F. Millett, Batona, Ill.
Adam Jaskowiek, 702 Fifteenth avenue, Melrose Park, Ill.
Frank J. Balmes, 1627 Washington avenue, Wilmette, Ill.

WOUNDED -- DEGREE UNDETERMINED

MAJORS

George Pulsifer Sr., Leavenworth, Kas.
Ransom H. Gillet, New York.

CAPTAINS

George Neiman Kemp, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
James A. Frow, Lamar, Mo.
John L. Remsen, Allentown, Pa.
John Newman, Fort Logan, Colo.

LIEUTENANTS

Erdman Nieumeister Brandt, Tarrytown, N. Y.
Walter S. Burk, Philadelphia, Pa.
Charles C. Beard, Memphis, Tenn.
Harry F. MacLane, West Toledo, O.
Merrill J. Smith, Cassadaga, N. Y.
Harry J. Beagles, Nevada, Mo.
Lawrence Beattie, Bechlehem, Pa.
Edward L. Journeay, Walpole, N. H.
Herbert W. Maloney, New York.
Harry S. Vanetten, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
Leonard H. Armistead, Franklin, Tenn.
Benjamin L. Atwater, Redbank, N. J.
George E. Farmer, Sunlight, Mo.
George J. Hunt, Adrian, Mich.
Fred Kochli, Alliance, O.
Robert T. McHenry, Murfreesboro, Tenn.
David B. Ottia, New York.
Jackson M. Painter, Williamsport, Pa.
Paul B. Parks, Nelsonville, O.
Darwin T. Phillips, Portland, Ore.
James H. Pierson, New Orleans, La.
Walter Van B. Roberts, Princeton, N. J.
Clair F. Schumacher, Kasota, Minn.
Thomas J. Sinnett, Worcester, Mass.
Edward W. Sterling, Philadelphia, Pa.
Russel Reed Mutzebaugh, York, Pa.
George H. Pigott, Astoria, L. L. N. Y.
Robert H. Pridgen, Towns, Ga.

SERGEANTS

Raymond W. Howard, Aurore, Ill.
Otto Voss, Elgin, Ill.
Carl F. W. Behrends, Sterling, Ill.
Earl L. Hoyles, Aurora, Ill.
James M. Williams, Lincoln, Ill.
Charles Zornow, Elgin, Ill.
Claud F. Brush, Elgin, Ill.
Irving George Rudolph, Rockford, Ill.
Hugh Summers, Thompsonville, Ill.
Hans Tastad, Creston, Ill.

BUGLER

Ottis O. King, Springfield, Ill.

PRIVATES

Frank Catalanello, La Salle, Ill.
Charles Schilling, Dahlgren, Ill.
Tony A. Spoto, Willisville, Ill.
Eugene L. Richards, Aurora, Ill.
James Clifford Finley, Collinsville, Ill.
John D. Bailey, Bluford, Ill.
Harry O. Adams, Greenview, Ill.
Moss R. Carmichael, Paris, Ill.
William E. Anderson, Peoria, Ill.
William Coleman, Highland Park, Ill.
Emery Elsa Dean, Agra, Ill.
Dan Lamorte, 442 Winchester avenue, Blue Island, Ill.
Freeman S. McAfee, East Moline, Ill.
Joseph Dragowich, Madison, Ill.
Howard L. Anderson, St. Charles, Ill.
John F. Cousins, Upper Alton, Ill.
William Hayse, Bonnie, Ill.
Charles C. Hill, St. Jacob, Ill.
Victor Jocius, Westville, Ill.
Joe Kling, Aurora, Ill.
Eugene E. Willis, New Canton, Ill.
Charles E. Jackson, Berlin, Ill.
James T. Jackson, Ramsey, Ill.
Clinton J. Prough, Urbana, Ill.
Harry H. Schmidt, Rockford, Ill.
George Schmitt, Carlisle, Ill.
Alvin J. Vogel, Waterloo, Ill.
James F. Goins, Olmsted, Ill.
Ross D. Piper, Greenfield, Ill.
George H. Readel, Woodstock, Ill.
Harrison Blazier, Hampshire, Ill.
James J. Egan, Whitehall, Ill.
Ralph E. Hardin, Bement, Ill.
Otto Huber, R. F. D. 2, Hinsdale, Ill.
August J. Mier, Batavia, Ill.
William I. Crum, Lexington, Ill.
Walter Warren Edwards, Omaha, Ill.
Emmett L. Keller, Willow Springs, Ill.
Walter R. Nash, Mansfield, Ill.
Robert D. Starkey, Denver, Ill.
Joe Basco, Lincoln, Ill.
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WOUNDED HERO BEATS REPORT OF CASUALTY HOME

Lieut. Thomas Guilfoyle "Nicked a Bit" at Dead Man's Hill. 

"Lieut. Thomas S. Guilfoyle, 2257 West Van Buren street, slightly 
wounded," reads a message on this morning's casualty list. Yesterday 
a reporter for THE TRIBUNE, on information bent, rang the bell at 
the home of the wounded officer.

"I would like to get some information and a picture of Lieut. 
Guilfoyle, who was wounded," he told the motherly looking woman who 
answered his summons.

"Oh, just a minute," she answered, and, turning from the door, 
called, "Tom, some one to see you."

And Tom came to the door. It was the wounded lieutenant, home on 
leave. He got home at the same time the official notification of the 
injury was received. Modesty prevented him giving either the picture 
or the information other than that he was attached to the One Hundred 
and Thirtyfirst infantry and has been "nicked a bit" at Dead Man's 
hill.

"Divinely Protected."

"You know, mother, I have been divinely protected, I have learned 
with St. Paul that his faith did not prevent the serpent fastening 
itself to his hand, but it did prevent St. Paul's being poisoned."

This message, written Oct. 29, arrived at the home of Lieut. Leonard 
M. Rice, 3001 Washington boulevard, at the same time the message from 
the government announcing he had been wounded, degree undetermined.

Lieut. Rice was a member of the Three Hundred and Fifty-third 
infantry. He was acting judge advocate of the regiment at the time 
he went over. Before enlisting he was city attorney of Jefferson 
City, Mo., and later employed by the Chicago Title and Trust company. 
He won his commission at Camp Funston, Kas.

Death Ends Welcome Plans.

Preparations for a joyous family celebration to welcome home Private 
Ruben Fleshan of the One Hundred and Thirty-first infantry came to 
an abrupt close yesterday when Chicago relatives received word of 
his death in action on Nov. 10. He had been gassed and wounded early 
in July in the first action of the regiment. On Nov. 8 the family 
received word that he was about to enter the line for the second 
time. He lived with his sister at 5751 Winthrop avenue.

Lieut. Frank E. Frisbie of 5710 Washington boulevard, another member 
of Col. Joe Sanborn's One Hundred and Thirty-first infantry, is 
reported severly wounded. He has been a member of the regiment, 
formerly the First Illinois, for seventeen years, and saw service 
on the Mexican border in 1916. He was wounded at Dead Man's hill. He 
lived with his mother.

Sergt. Rudolph Domke of Chicago, master signal electrician, died of 
pneumonia at Ellington field, Houston, Tex. He had been ill for eight 
days. Before being taken ill Domke passed his examination for first 
lieutenant and was to have received his commission the last of this 
month.

Wounded Hero Home.

Private George E. Anderson of the Three Hundred and Fourteenth 
engineers was wounded by shrapnel north of Verdun when he was 
reconstructing a section of the road in that sector. He arrived 
home on the steamship Mauri yesterday. Previous to being wounded 
Anderson had been cited for bravery for capturing a German machine 
gun without firing a shot in the St. Mihiel engagements. He lived 
with a brother at 5619 Emerald avenue.

Private Otto Warner, a member of the Twenty-fifth infantry, died of 
disease. He was an upholsterer before entering the army, in June, 
1918. He lived at 2041 Osgood street.

Word has been received that Private Joe Rubino of 740 West Ohio 
street has been wounded severely in action. He entered the service 
May 1, 1918.

Memorial services will be held in St. Paul's church, Sunday at 2:15 
p.m., for Clarence Priebe, a member of the One Hundred and Twenty-
second infantry, who was killed in action.

Liberty Loan Flyer Killed.

Lieut. Alvin W. Splane, assisted in the last Liberty loan compaign 
in Chicago, by flying around the city and dropping literature. He 
was killed in an accident near West Point, Miss., yesterday, Lieut. 
Splane was 20 years old and a son of W. W. Splane, an oil man of Oil 
City, Pa. He was a graduate of Cornell university.

Private Robert H. Stonesifer, a former employe in THE TRIBUNE, was 
wounded severely in action. He enlisted in the regular army 
immediately after war was declared, and was assigned to the 
Fifteenth Field artillery. He is a son of Robert N. Stonesifer 
of 2701 North Central Park avenue. He was 18 years old when he 
enlisted.
- Reported on December 19, 1918, Chicago Tribune.

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