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THE IUCH3IOXD PALL AD I U 31 AND SUN-TEIIlCCi RAM. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1DOS.
fAGE TWO. CHARLES OlSOII THEC0N0UER0R Defeats Terrible Turk in Sen sational Westling Match Of Last Night. BEAR KtTTBELIEVED Coach Vaile Prepares for Hard Game With Butler College. Winners of Year's Feature Auto Races Home Tei. 2062 Done TeL 2662 CWcago, Cincinnati & Louisville Railroad Co. Eastbound Chicago Cincinnati 67 t S 31 STATIONS Except Lv Chicago 8.35am t.SOpta S.&am Ar Peru 12.40pm 1.55am 12 4pri Lv Pent 12.50pm Z.05aa 6.00am 4.43pm Lv Marion 1.44im 1.59am 7.05&m 5.97pn, Lv Muncie 2.41pm 3.57am 1.10am 6.40?ni Lv Richmond 4.05pm , S.lSam f.S&am 8.05pm Lv Cottage Grove 4.45pm 6.53am 8.45pm Ar Cincinnati 6.35pm T.30m 10 15pa . -tm CROWD WAS IN -A FUROR. CONTEST ON SATURDAY. r EXCITEMENT DURING STRUGGLE .WAS INTENSE- DIRTY TACTICS i USED BY THE TURK, BUT SCI ENCE DEFEATED HIM. By Tort. ' .About eight hundred wildly excited members of the Jocal sporting frater nity howled, whooped and ran about in circles like a decapitated rooster last evening at the coliseum when Charles Olson, American light heavy weight champion, defeated Bob Man ogoff, the Turk, after a desperate con test. Many of the fans stormed the ring, climbing under the ropes and shaking hands with . the victor. Throughout the match the Turk em ployed flirty tactics, repeatedly foul ing Olson with the strangle hold. Manogoff won the first fall with this hold, almost garroting his lanky op ponent with his legs. ; Referee Oel re fused to allow the foul and the crowd promptly and vigorously, showed its disapproval. From that time on every spectator was a rabid supporter of the American. ' Angered by the unfair tactics of the Turk In the first bout Olson went af ter him with a vengeance after that and It will be a long time before a looal crowd again sees such a combi nation of desperate, vicious, dirty and scientific exhibition of the mat game. In the second bout It took Olson just seven and a half minutes to sink the ehoulder blades of his opponent squarely into the mat This was the signal for pandemonium. With the match horse and horse, the third bout opened with a whirl wind of strenuous wrestling. Three times the Turk secured a hand stran gle hold on. the Yankee, compelling Referee Oel to break it each time. These fouls, were quickly detected by the crowd which without loss of time poured forth its wrath on the Turk. Notwithstanding the foul tactics of Manogoff, the American was his mas ter at every stage of the game. The Turk employed brute strength to de feat Olson, the later not only employ ed his great strength but science as well. In the third bout Olson hurled the Turk under the ropes, then reach ed down and pulled him back into the ring, ' growling "come back in " here." Olson won the final b.out and tho match after twenty minutes of hard fighting. , ; j Promoter Charlson, notwithstanding his splitup with Omer Murray, has evidently decided not to abandon' such a fertile field as Richmond to his former partner, for h announced last evening that Olson would meet ' cither Peterson or Demetral, the Greek, on November 12. Murray states that he will pull off at the coliseum' on November 9 "the beat wrestling match ever seen in this part of the country." ; He has not announced who the principles will be. ; Prior to the Olson-Turk match last night the audience was bored to death by a bout between two lightweights, Wiley and Olcott. The former won the first bout and the latter the sec ond and third rounds. The usual pest, the camera man, was among those present. The smoke from hi3 flash light simply suffocated the specta tors and the wrestlers. A' continuation of this practice is a good way to keep people from attending the bouts. Iff J ik Qi0 SUTLER IS STRONG IN KICKING DEPARTMENT THE QUAKERS THINK VISITORS WILL NOT BE ABLE TO SCORE. ft 0 0 Robertson to the right and Lytle to the left, winners of first and second place in the Vanderbilt Cup Auto race. Gossip of Interest Gleaned From City Bowling League The game scheduled to be played at the city bowling alley on North Ninth street between the Richmond and the Pirates promises to be one of the hot test contested games that has been played yet This Is the first time that these two teams have met. and each expect a victory. If the Pirates win two games out of three, it ties the Richmonds, Pirates and Caimans for first place. If they win all three games they will step into first place. The Richmonds will be represented by their strongest team this evening, King, Johnson, Idleman, Crump and Smith playing. The probable line-up for the Pirates will be B. Martin, Ken ny, Hunt, White, and J. Martin. of three games of "Cocked Hat" to be played any time. These two men have quite an enviable reputation and as yet their challenge is unaccepted. si. In the various games last evening several high scores were made. Phil Smith made 234 and 232, and Hunt, as usual, came in for his share of the high scores, making 213. KING mi m is ' BADLY INJURED Thrown From Motor Car To day and Striking on His Head. Dr. Bond and George Hites have challenged any two men for a series BASKETBALL TO TO HOLD STAGE II EXT. The present standing of the clubs follows: Richmonds, first with a per-j centage of .666; Carmans second with ! .555; Pirates third with .500, and the Entre Nous safe on the cellar floor with .333. The Richmond's pin average is 7GC, with the Pirates second with 764 2-3; Oarmans third with 754, and the Entre Nous with 747. HIS CHAUFFEUR KILLED. High School Men Report for Practice Soon. STARS TO SHINE. Valle School Meets Strong Teaib , Saturday. . The Vaile school foot ball team will be given a run for its money tomorrow morning when it goes up against the fast little Western Star team of the west side. The game will be played at the public school play grounds. Both teams are exceptionally strong for kid teams and they expect to mix things up. . The first call for basket ball prac tice will be sounded next week at the high school. Although it is rather early in the season it is expected that there will be a large number of can didates out. Allison, Haas, Thorn berg, Marlatt and Ferling are all back in school and with the bunch of new recruits, a fast team should be or ganized. With the schedule that has been ar ranged up to the present time, the lo cal school has the chance of winning the basket ball championship of East ern Indiana and Western Ohto ing in the case has .been made to the county clerk. Coroner Bramkamp re ports Investigation revealed to him the remains had been sent to the crema tory by Dr. L. F. Ross and were those of a subject Dr. Bowers had obtained from the state anatomical board. At the time, the remains created a deep mystery among the police and the facts of the case were not revealed to the newspapers for several days. A portion of the flesh was clinging to the bones and the remains of the cadaver were a hideous object. DETAILS OF ACCIDENT YET MEA GERGREAT EXCITEMENT IN HOUSE OF COMMONS WHEN REPORT IS HEARD. FEARS MARRIAGE FOR OPTICAL REASONS. BULLETIN. - London, Oct. 30. It Is reported that King Edward was thrown out ' of a motor car near Newmarket today striking on his head. He was render ed unconscious. His chauffeur was killed. It Is impossible to get all the details. There was great excitement in the house of commons when the news was heard here. Local sport lovers are taking the keenest interest in the Earlham-Butler game to be played tomorrow after noon at 2:30 o'clock on Reid Field. These two teams are contenders for the secondary championship of the state and both have good chances of winning. Coach Vail states that he has not beea deceived by the "bear" stories floating out of the Butler camp and he will place the strongest possi ble team in the field. The Quakers showed good form yesterday by de feating the strong high school team 13 to 0. It is known that Butler is strong in the gicking department and that it has a strong defense. However it is thought the Butler attack is weak and the Quakers are confident the Irving ton team will not score on them. Earlhara and Butler will probably lineup tomorrow as follows: Earlham Butler Reagan Eldridge Left End. Walthal Thomas Left Tackle. Swain , Batton Left Guard. Stanley Hartley Center. Lewis Hartman Right Guard. Johnson Lenkghi Right Tackle. Furnas Townsend Right End. C. Jones or Hill McKay Quarter. J. Jones Drleon Left Half. Hayworth Garriott Right Half. White Stewart Full. Referee Siler, of Illinois. Umpire Emsley, of Purdue. Westbound Cincinnati Chicago a tin STATIONS Except I Sand.y DaU DaU t i Lv Cincinnati 8.40am t.OOpm 8.40am Lv Cottage Grove 10.15am 10.40pm 10.15am Lr Richmond ..................... 10.55am 11.15pm 6 30pm 10.55am Lv Muncie 12.17pm 12.45am 8.00pm 12.17pm Lv Marion 1.19pm 1.44am 9.00pm 1.19pm Ar Per 2.15pm 1.35am 10.00pm 2.15pm Lv Pern 2.25pm 2.45am 4.60pm Ar Chicago (12th St Station).... 6.40pm 7.00am 9.10pm Through Vestlbuled Trains betweea Chicago and Cincinnati over oar own rails. Double dally service. Through Sleepers on trains No. 3 and 4 between Chicago and Cincinnati. Local sleeper between Muncie, Marion, Peru and Chicago, handled in trains Nos. 5 and 6, between Muncie sad Peru, thence trains Nos. 3 and 4, between Peru and Chicago. For train connections and other Information call Home Telephone 2062. & A. BLAIR. P. T. A. Richmond. TAFT AND BRYAN WORKJjARD TODAY Taffs Voice Fails Bryan Speaks 30 Times. WHITE'S INSTITUTE IS 195 Children Are Being Cared i For. NOT ANXIOUS TOJET IN NAVY Few Enlistments in Indiana Recently. " Yeoman Ferguson, who has charge of the recruiting station in this city, which la open every Friday, states that during the several weeks the sta tion has been in operation here only one recruit . has been secured. He states that enlistments are as slow elsewhere in the state as in Richmond. This is due, he thinks, because of the election. John H. Johnson, of this city, one of the trustees of White's institute, Wabash, Ind., has received a letter from James Moorman, superintendent of that institution, stating that at the present time the home is crowded with children, there being all told 193. Of this number 61 are girls and there Is not room enough to care for any more in that department. There is quite a number of Wayne county children at White's Institute. It is under the man agement of the Indiana Yearly Meet ing of Friends. CORONER PROBES "HORRIBU, MYSTERY" Human Remains Found Were Of Doctor's Cadaver. The human remains that were found at the crematory Oct. 10, were made the object of an investigation by the county coroner. A report of the flnd- MrT .K ! l!si .... ;-!4$)i t y' "J If pA? Bm H5wiy "r "i ' " 1 ' ktr -I :'2 " "I' It Grew. A certain gentleman who was noted as an angler had a poor memory as to the weight of the fish he had taken. On one occasion a friend who was I trying to entrap him asked in a casual manner: "I say, S., what was the weight of that big fish you caught the other day?" The angler turned to his servant and said, "Jenkins, what did I say yester day that fish weighed?" "What time yesterday, sir In the morning, at dinner or after supper?" was the reply. ROADBED IMPROVED. Italians on C, C. & L. Reach Ham mend. The Italians who formerly worked on the C, C. & L. in Richmond, straightening up the roadbed and in other ways repairing the tracks have worked their way to Hammond. They have improved the road all the way from Cincinnati. While at Hammond the Italians will be engaged in putting in new yards which have been needed for a long time. New York, Oct. 30. Taft's Itinerary today takes him over the ground Bryan covered yesterday. Taft's voice is in bad shape. He will be in Buffalo to night Thirty Speeches. Toledo, Oct. 30. Bryan devoted to day to making thirty speeches in the state. He will wind up at Toledo tonight TENTH INFANTRYMEN RESISTED ARREST Struck on the Head and May Die. Attica, Ind.. Oct 30. Resisting ar rest by a Corporal's guard. Private Bachman of the Tenth United States , Infantry .who overstayed his leave of absence wss struck on the head with the butt of a revolver last night and. is In a critical condition. He may die. A company was on a- practice march enroute to CrawfordevlD- Dry Wit. Conspicuously dry Is this bit of na tive wit quoted from Miss Katharine M. Abbott's book "Old Paths and Leg ends of the New England Border:' "One time many years ago some one remarked that the water in the river at North Deerfield, now Shelburne Falls, was very low. "Yeas, drawled a bystander. It lacks a quart of being any water In If " 4Tstf1 Tfcl Por Indigestion. JL Sk V J A Relieves sour stomach, oalpitationcf the heart. Digests what you eat. The Tartar lady uses a slice of onion to perfume herself. Italy leads the nations of the world in the matter of theaters. ONE IS DEAD ANOTHER DYING Strange Tragedy in - Girls' Room. Morgantown, W. Vs., Oct 30. May Ma sell e, a waitress, aged S3, is dead and John Watts, aged SO, an engineer, is dying, as the result of a double shooting this morning at the Mader's hotel. Watts is unconscious and po lice cannot determine who did the deed, which occurred in the girl's room. SENATOR ELKINS. Senator Elk ins is reported to fear that the marriage of his daughter to an Italian nobleman may have some political effect This picture is from a snapsnot tanen ior the H. N. S., as the senator was standing in front of the Holland House, in New York City. The growth of a number of sue- j cesslve crops of the same plant has ; been lately found not only to exhaust the soil for that plant, but to devel- ope an active poison for it Steam j distillation of a wheat sick soil yield-: ed a crystalline substance that is toxic to wheat, and from a soli ex hausted for cowpeas a crystalline sub stance was obtained that is toxic to cowpeas, but not to wheat Franklin Ties Hanover; Notre Dame a Winner . Angelina-When one of us dies I shall go and live somewhere in the country, all among the woods and wild flowers. Edwin But, dearest, supposing- that yon were to die first? Angelina Oh, don't let s think of anything so 4rea4Ua3!... Franklin, Ind Oct SO. Franklin put up a poor game yesterday after noon and the contest with Hanover resulted in a 5-to-5 tie. The luck all broke against the locals and with a little more of this on their side they should have won with ease. Three times Franklin apparently had a sure touchdown, only to lose the balL Early in the game the locals were held for downs on the ten-yard line. Later a fumble lost the ball when twelve yards from the goal, and la the second half Boyer slipped and was caught Notre Dame, Ind., Oct SO. The pre dicted strength of Ohio Northern failed to materialize on Carter Field yesterday afternoon and the Notre Dame varsity had little trouble in dis posing of them 58 to 4. The visitors made first down but once during Ihe fray. Their only points came in the middle of the second half, when Klotz negotiated a neat drop kick from the forty-five yard line after receiving a bad pass which forced him back five yards before ne eould recover. ; HDctDnnttDffilTnin whether there ever was a finer line of Men's Suits than we are showing for Fall and Winter. The house of Hart, Schaffner & Marx, with their enviable . reputation as makers of the finest garments for men have surpassed themselves in this season's showing. The cut and the fabrics ring true to the latest metropolitan styles, without even the slightest suggestion of the undesirable extremes so common in the product of other mmkers. All Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats are justly priced worthy garments of full value. Men of good taste and good Judgment in dress prefer Hart. Schaffner Sc Marx clothes to anr other. We invite your careful inspection. Smite $15 to $28 Owcrcoalts $15 do $30 ' 824 Main Street 4 4