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s ' Itielimond played rood polo, but
TO MUNCIE LAST EVENING AT, Munde went them a few points bet-
THE COLISEUM 7 TO 3 j rtl;tiJe ". first jeriod there was noth
ing to it but Muneie. Bone took
. - , 1 1 ho first rush and the chain lightning
LOCALS WERE OUTPLAYED
The Petty Defense Held Like
'. I Dutch Dyke Local's Great
'I ' Finish.
; '' :
Mar ion . ...
iElwood . .
Anderson .
, Kichmond
W.
4
Pet,
5
4
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Muneie 4
Indianapolis . 4
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, ' 'In a whirlwind
game IJichniond
met her second defeat of the season
ja-a nigiii at me v ouseum aim
' Wild Charlev" Fanell and his
crew were the ones that turned the
trick. It was a case of too much
M uncle- from start to finish. Kich
mond 's defense was never better,
while the offense was a little off
color. There was nothig wrong with
v Muncie. That tells the story. Re
feree Arundel made his first appear-
a rice before- a Richmond audience
and there will be no tears shed if
the local patrons- of the. game never
see him again.
The game started with the velocity
; of a Kansas cyclone and the pace
was kept up until the conclusion of
the game. Higgins and Hart worked
together splendidly and Eddie show
. -ed that be has lost none of his old
limc sneed and alertness. Muncie's
Crushing department was ably backed
: - man, who put up a defense against
Done and Cunningham, jr.. that held
like a Dutch ftvko. The first period
-MuncieB completely outplayed the
Quakers, chalking up '.four .goals to
the local's none. The second period
was about a draw, while in the last
period the Champions "played like
fiends. With either Bone or Cun
ningham carrying the ball every
player on the local team, save Jes
sup, would invade Muncie territory
and Cashrnan would bo, bombarded
-with line drives, hooks and angle
sorts until the air seemed to be lit
erally crowded with polo balls, but
to : no avail.' Big Mike rcsist.nl
assaults with a skill that was mar
velous. He was ably assisted by
Tommy Holderncss, who played the
best polo he has ever put up before
a Richmond audience. If the little
half would only, cut out his tripping
tactics lie would be one of the most
popular players that visits Richmond
uonerty was, me ungnt paruemar
ery place; now smashing up a whirl
wind charge of Hart and Higgins,
now taking the ball up to Cashrnan 's
race to .sting a hard one at the big
Muncie goal tend. Mansfield and
Jessup also played fine polo. Bone
and Cunniugham, jr., got clown to
form in the final period, but the
Pettv defense was too much. Sum-
: GENNETT Theatre:
IRA SWISHER
Lessee and Manager
Wednesday, Nov. 23
. . !
RETURN OF LAST SEASON'S
. i
" GREAT 5UCIit98
: UNDER!
Written bv Ltttle I
IJlatr Parker,authoij
- Of W y I'1 wirrfit i
SOUTHERN
v. .
I SKIES ;
I A Ptny that will
I Live Forever
"
ine raosi- onmni, TinnACKnevea
and diverting play of Southern 111
ever written.
27- Remarkable Cast -27
Masslvo Production Complete
in every detail.
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PRlCEBr i.Wt c w c ana zsc
Peats leadrMondnT morninj at Elwood boys a notch tonight by de
, WcAlcott rtxnwcr. t . featms them . by the overwhelming
E LOSES
RIWIND SAilflE
I
mint; up ui frame in a lew worus,
1 1 . e . t
gjune was n. xnggins .secured me
ball and by one of his celebrated
dashes carried it the length of the
j floor, but . Brother Puberty made a
dive tackle and the charge was end-
!
!ed. At the same time Fan-ell trip
ped Mansfield and Arundel called a
foul on Charlie. The ''Wild Onef'
said things. A few-. .minutes later
I liggi ns , slipped - through the local
defense and tossed in ''the1 first goal.
This 'served as a braeer foi theMuiv
cieites and they increased their
speed to about 'thirty-four .khoUmi
'hour. .Two .-minute.; litter Bbby
! Hart got loose from the bunch and
.800 under a full heiwi of steam made a
.750 ! dash 'for Port Jessup. "Admiral I)o
.600 nei'ty sailed out to meet the bloek
.500 .ade runner, but Col. Hart did a side
.250 seP slapod the ball and it rested
.000 m tne draperies of the Kichmond
cage.
It vns Eddie's iurn next. From
behind Mike, the Big, lie started
down the floor like a dog for a bone
aim by a clever hook landed one be-
liiml Klwirlv. lint biill rolled mil
A wild scramble took place and in
the mixup Hart shoved it in again,
this- time to stay. The last goal for
Muncie was made three minutes be-
fore the close of the period.
Two minutes after the second per
iod opened Higgins again started
trouble. The little fellow eluded
the Heavenly Twins after a dash
from behind his own cage and Jes
sup rushed out to meet him, Eddie
side stepped the crack goal tend and
without interruption tossed., the ball
in the nets for Muncie's fifth goal.
Higgins attempted the same play a
minute later, but was stopped by
DohcHy, but the Blonde One, was
taxed a foul for so doing.. Muncie's
sixth goal was made from mid floor
on a line drive of Hart's. It was at
this stage that the Quakers began to
get inlo the game. Bono, after sev
eral minutes of steady floor work,
put one behind ("ashman on an angle
shot that brought down the house.
A minute later lie sent a fast one
past Mike, but to the loudly express
ed sorrow of the fans, the ball roll
ed out. Time was called a few sec
onds later.
Cunningham opened the ball in
the third period by a, line drive from
the middle of the floor. Mike never
saw it. A minute or so later Mans
field got another past Cashrnan, then
Richmond took the offensive with. ..a
vengeance. Jessup was left to take
care of the Richmond territory,
while his four team" mates" made an
invasion.' The team work of the lo
cals brought the eiuhtt'en hundred
spectators to their feet.- They play
ed circles about the wearers of the
purple and Cashrnan was given the
fiercest bombardment that has
been seen in the local rink for many
rcoons, but the big fellow wore a
horseshce and three rabbits' off
hlml Jegs anJ (he cae mifflltjust as
well have been nailed up. Hart end
ed the scoring in the last few min
utes of play by a line drive which
Jessup failed to see.
The lineup :
Kichmond Muneie
Bone
Cunningham
Mansfield . .
Doherty . . .
Jessup ....
. rush Ilijrsjins
jr. rush Hart
. center Farrell
half back. .Holderness
croal Cashrnan
8c: re Muncie 7, Kichmond 3.
K lights 1 'one S. Higgins 3, Cun
ningham, jr., 2.
Fouls Farrell 2; ; Doherty, Bone.
Stops Jessup 54,'j Cashrnan 38..
Keferee Arundel.
Attendence 100.
Tirst Period. -
Higgins 5 :5S; ' -
Hart 2:00. " r '
Hart 5:12. :
Higgins 1:34.
Second Period.
, i Higains- l;54j . r, I
Hart 4 :04. " - " . .
t: Bone -3:20. : u : -Third
Period. - : . ,
Cutullingliam t40i. ; :
Mansfield 7:29. - -
Hart 4:09. "
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Greys Drop Down.
(Special to the Palladium.)
Elwood, November 19. The Greys
are no longer the leaders in the per
centage column of the Western
Polo Leasiie. Teddy Lewis and Fred
Jean with their asreregation of polo
first period did Elwood have a
chance to win as Teddy lA.ris piled
up three, goals in .quick order early
in the .'second period. Goal tend
Starkie was bombarded the entire
evening by hot shot from Lewis
and Jean. Lyons saw that they were
going bad and started to get rough
and had two fouls called on bini for
his trouble. Near the end of the
first period, Huberts made a very fast
goal iu 27 seconds.
The lineup:
Elwood
Roberts .
O'Mally
Devlin . .
Lyons . .
Starkie .
Marion
. . Lewis
Pawsoii
. . . Jean
Cameron
. . . . rush . .
. . . rush . . .
. . . center . .
half back . .
. . . goal Buriress
Score Khvocd 1, Marion 8.
Hushes Lewis 12, O'Mally 1.
Fouls Lyons 2, Lewis 1.
Stops Starkie 33, Burges 30.
Keferee--Waller.
Attendance 100. ,
First Period.
Lewis-12:02.
!
VKoberts :27.'
Second Period.
Koberts 1 :2Ll.
Lewis 2:07. :
Iewis 'JAi.
Lewis-Vl :14. ;
Jean 4:00. . -
Koberts :40".'
Dawson 1:07.
Third Period.
Cameron 1:50.
0'Mally-l:45.
Lewis 9:25.
A Close Game.
(Special to the Palladium.)
Indianapolis, Ind. November 19.
In a very fast game which was not
decided until the last period Ander
son defeated Indianapolis tonight.
The tirst two periods were very fast,
each side scoring one goal. Miller
succeeded in making the only goal
for Anderson in the first period in
1:58. In the second period -Dal ton
did the same for Indianapolis- in
6:25. Haughton was not in his usual
form and was unable to connect
with the ball. The game was neck
and neck until the third period when
Coggshall, allowed Wodtkc to get
away from his protective arm and
the, flying dntchman made two in
very short order. Dal ton scored the
last one in 0:05. The elegant de
fense work of Moran and Miller
played havoc with the rushes of the
Indianapolis team and it -was very
hard for the men to work past these
two.
The lineup:
Anderson , Indianapolis
Mercer . . . . . . .. uusji.. . .. . , Haughton
Wsodtke-Taylor .rush , Dal ton
Miller center Coggshall
Moran ..... half back . O'Hara
Mallory goal ...... Harper
Score Audei-son 3. Indianapolis 2
Rushes Mercer 3, Dawson 3, Tav
lor 2.
Fouls "Wodtkc and O'llara.
Stops Harper 33, Mallory- 25.
; Keferee Latham.
Attendance 1,800.
First Period.
Miller 1:50.
Second Period.
Dalton-C:25.
Third Period.
Wodtkc 5:43.
.Wodtkc -1 :2S.
Daltcn 6:06.
CENTRAL LEAGUE
Pet.
.750
.666
.583
.417
.333
250
P.
12
12
.12
12
12
.12
W.
9
S
i
5
4
L.
3
4
5
7
s
Danville . . .
Terre Haute
Ft. Wayne
Kokonio
Lafayette . .
Ijogansport
Big Score.
(Special to the Palladium.)
Ft. Wayne, November 10. Not
for one .minute did Lafayette have a
look in at the draperies behind goal
tend Sutton tonight and the Rail
'readers won 9 to 3. Captain Cana
van the fast center of the local team
scored "six goals ' liimsel f . Lafayette
was compelled to put in two substi
tutes early " in the game. Canayan
easily did the stellar work of t. the
game. 4
The lineup:- ,
Ft. Wayaie f
Lafayette
. Warner
. . Gavitt
. McKay
. . Devlin
. Tibbitts
Whipple ... .... rush m. .
Leydon rush . .
Oanavan center .
McGrath .... half back
Sutton goal ...
Score Ft. Wayne 9, Lafayette 3.
Rushes Warner 4, Whipple 9,
Gavitt 2.
Tous McGrath and Devlin.
Stops Sutton 27, Tibbitts 40.
Keferee Lowery.
Attendance S79;:h .
Tirst Period.
Leydon -r5 :24.
,Gayittr0.
, -Canayan 2:43. . :
;Cana vaii 3:14.
r Second Period.
(yuaan 2:23.
Cauvan S:l(.
Gavitt 1:44.
Leydon :X2.
Can van :53.
Gavitt 1 ;is.
Third Period.
Canvan 1:17.
Leyd. n U:33.
Terre Haute Won.
(Speriul lo the Palladium.)
Logaiwjx.rt, November 10. Be
fore a very- small eowd Terre Haute
defeated Lfgansjxrt here this even
ing. The game was comparatively a
clean one and no fouls were, called
by Keferee Moran. For Terre Haute
Harkins anil Hipson each scored two
g'als and Hadley one. - The three
II 's; seem to be working very well
together.
Score; Logansport 3, and Terre
Haute 5. "
,. ' l - Goose Egged.
(Special to the Palladium.)
Kokomo, November 19. Daly and
Campbell who hail, from Illinois and
are on the rush line for the Dan
vill polo team: did stunts on the
floor of the local rink this evening
and when they were through it was
found that Danville had chalked up
seven goals and Kokomo none.
Campbell scored six of the goals him
self. Although the goa tends had
the same number of "steps." Kokomo
was clearly outplayed.
FOOTBALl RESULTS
(Special to the Palladium.)
New Haven, Conn., November 19.
Thirty-two thousand people saw
Yale defeat their old rivals, Harvard
today. The game from start to fin
ish showed that Vale was the super
ior team both on defense and offense.
The feature of the game was in the
second half when Tripp broke
through the Harvard line and block
ed a kick of Squires.
Western.
Wabash 51, Butler 0.
Notre Dame 10, DePauw 0.
Purdue 10, Culver 0.
Minnesota 11, Northwestern 0.
Illinois 2!, Iowa 0.
Haskell Indians 14, Washburn 0.
Eastern.
Yale 12, Harvard 0.
Army 21, Syracuse 5.
Navy 11, Virginia Poythechnic 0.
'Georgetown G2, George Washing
ton 0.
Your Liver
Will be rouMcf it.s naAur' iit5'
ami your biUousnes-, hvadv. ! -mii
constipation be i. . ku i.uc-
Hood's Pills
an
Ml fflW.
J QSfeilo'ia fiKteaa jfas-V
MONDAY WILL BE THE SECOND WEEK
OF OUR NOVEMBER SALE
There will be many bargains for this week, such as good dark outing flannel, worth 6li cents
at, 5 eents a yard. ! ' ' . . :
liet comfort ealieo at
Kusha Crash, worth 8.1-3 c at
10-4 Cotton Blankets at
Men's 50c blue Underwear at
Ladies' Ribbed fleeced Underwear at
Good heavy Comforts at . ........... .c.
Children's Wool Mits at '.V. m'f. ...V..j 10 .cens
Good Comfort Cotton at .......... ... .Tf. ...t.'l-I.v 5;cen&
MANY BARGAINS IN THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. MILLINERY WILL BE CHEAP
THIS WEEK AT THE HO OSIER.
THE HOOSIER STORE .
t--
RICHMOND vs
PEIESMY
AT
Tickets at Allord's Drug Store
oung SfCen's
Suits & Overcoats
Ages 14 to 20 years
Sizes'30 to 36 chest
Young men will be interested in our
shapely and stylish SUITS and OVERCOATS
They are made on the same line,
the same cut and finish as men's,
with the bioad shoulder effect,
but to the youthful proportion.
The fabrics are browns and greys
in stripes, p'aids, fancy mixtures
PRICE RANGE
$7.50, $8.50, $10, $12.50, $15 AND $16.50
LOEHR
GOOD IN PIE; CAKE AND PUDDING.
Nodne $wii Mince Meat
In lOc Packages with List of Valuable Premiums.
0
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, NOV. 23
EVENING
COLISEUM
& KLUTE
; .- 5 cents per ard
.......
5 r cents per yaid
. . .. . . . .50 cents per ' pair
. mm '.ccflts ,
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&i sc2r f 8 to 4. At no time after the

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