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nicnnoim daily palladium Tuesday morning, November 29, 1904.
"V. PAGE PIVE 0 AHKR80H VERY SOME FAST AND SNAPPY POLO WAS WITNESSED MANSFIELD IS BADLY CUT On the Head in the Second Period The Score was 5 to 2 in Fa vor of Richmond. IN A ' P. W. L. Pet. Richmond . . 10 7 3 .700 Marion .... 10 7 3 ' .700 ' Muncie 10 6 4 .000 Elwood ..... 9 4 5 .444 Anderson . . 10 4 G .400 (Special to the Palladium.) Anderson, Aid., November 28. In a fast and snappy game here tonight Richmond defeated Anderson 5 to 2. The game was fought hard by both teams from start to finish. In the first two periods Anderson had things very much her own way and should have won the game, but in the third period the Quakers pulled to gether and seemed to score at will. For Anderson Wodtke played a star game and had he been given support of any kind the score would have been different. His support was very bad and the other members of the team played like wooden men. The defense of Richmond was su perb and Doherty, who played a wonderful game at half back, had lit tle Mercer cornered every time the Dutchman's side partner would get any place near the Richmond cage. Jessup also played a wonderful game and was a stone wall to all the drives of Mercer and Wodtke. In the sec ond period Mansfield fell to the floor and cut a gash in his head. He was relieved by Cunningham, sr., who played a great game at center in spite of his weigh W In - tho, third peroid Bone by marvelously fast work on his skates, mixed with some brilliant stick work was able to score two goals from the spot. It is sel dom that Anderson fans are privileg ed to see anything in that line in spite of the fact that Rone was a Quaker the large crowd, which wit nessed the game cheered him to the echo after each one of the fast goals. Referee Latham, he of the tennis slippers and the witty talk, did sev eral funny stunts to keep from get ting tangled up with the players, but the crowd was too much interested in the fast game and had no time to watch the ex-baseball player's vau deville stunts. The game all around was a hard one for Anderson to lose after the second period, but it was lost and the Quakers were the vic tors. The lineup: Anderson Mercer rush . Wodtke rush . . Miller center . Gardner .... half back Richmond ... Bone Cunningham . . Mansfield . . . . Doherty Mallory goal Jessup Score Anderson 2, Richmond Rushes Bone 0, Mercer 3. Fouls Mercer and Doherty. Stops Mallory 31, Jessup 40. Referee Latham. Attendance 1,500. First Period. Wodtke -4:00. Miller 5:22. Second Period. Cunningham, jr. 14:51. Third Period. Bone-2:39. Cunningham, jr. 4:34. Bone :05. Bone :05. 5. ' Elwood Easy. (Special to the Palladium.) Muncie, November 28. In a run away game here this evening Muncie piled up 14 goals to Elwood 's 8. From the start to the finish the game was a simple case of trying to see who could pile up the most goals. Each of the goal tenders was over worked and a large number of stops were added to their credit. In the second period Colds or Fevers Are broken up in a single night, and serious Illness prevented, by taking .Hood's fills :i vlrussists. 25 cents. DEFEATED FAST iAilIE Holderness left the game and his place was taken by Little DeWitt, who played a star game at half back. In the second period the spec tators thought that Elwood was at tempting to run away from Muncie as Old Man Roberts piled up three goals in this one period in very qiuck order. The lineup: Muncie Elwood Higgins rush Roberts Hart rush O'Mally Farrell center Devlin Holderness . . . half back .... Lyons Cashman goal Starkie Score Muncie 14, Elwood 8. Rushes Higgins 19, O'Mally 4, Roberts 1. Fouls Holderness. Stops Cashman 51, Starkie 43. Referee Waller. Attendance 1,200. First Period. Farrell :0G. Roberts 1:23. Higgins :33. Hart :2S. Hart 1:3S. Farrell 3:32. Hart 1 :27. Higgins 1 :0S. Hart 1:05. O'Mally 1:00. Hart 1:10. Second Period. Roberts 4:25. Roberts 4:00. Roberts G :0S. Third Period. Higgins :05. Roberts 3:28. Higgins :1G. Hart 2:21. Roberts :28. O'Mally-52. Hart :15. Hart 5:12. CENTRAL LEAGUE P. W. L. Pet. Danville ... 10 13 5 . 684 Terre Haute 18 11 7 .611 Ft. Wavne . .18 10 8 .555 Lafayette ..17 7 10 .411 Kokomo ... 18 7 11 .388 Logansport .18 6 12 .333 Indiauapolis v 0 0 0 .000 Danville Defeated. (Special to the Palladium.) Danville, November 2S The Suck ers were defeated by Logansport, the tailenders of the Central League, in a slow and uninteresting game here tonight. The entire Danville team was off color and did not seem to get together at all. All of the scoring was done in the second period, when Lincoln and Spencer ran away with everything. In the third period an accidental goal was given to Logans port. Campbell scored Danville's only goal. The lineup: Danville Logansport Dalv rush Lincoln Campbell rush Spencer Murtaugh .... center .... Whiting Hardy .... half back .... Griffith HefFermann .... goal Berry Score Danville 1, Logansport 5. Rushes Dalv 2, Lincoln G, Camp bell 1. Fouls Murtaugh, Griffith, Paly, Berry. Stops Heffermann 15, Berry 31. Referee Moran. Attendance 500. First Period. No goal. Second Period. Lincoln 4:53. Spencer 2:0i. Whiting :51. Spencer 3 :0 Campbcll-3:02. Third Period. Accidental for Logansport 9:5?. Sunday the Muncie Star printed the romance of Eddie Higgins' mar riage which takes place today. The origin of this romance was an excit ing polo contest between the Rich mond and Muncie teams, two years ago, in which Higgins was the bright particular star. The tale of Cupid runs as follows: It was polo night about two years ago in Muncie. Richmond, the old rivals of Mun cie, were playing here, and playing well, for the score at the end of the regulation forty-five minutes of play stood 3 to 3 and overtime was neces sary. Fever stricken polo fans. who crowded the great rink to its doors, craned their necks and screamed themselves to hoarseness as the nerve racking overtime play progress ed, the ten almost exhausted players, straining every musele to drive the pellet home. Time after time it dash ed against the pads of Jessup and Cusiek, only to roll into play again and be more fiercely slugged and driven around. Suddenly, when the melee was fiercest, a great cry shook the rink. "Higgins, Higgins," fairly scream ed the surging fans. At the far end of the floor the smallest of the ten struggling play ers was seen to have captured the elusive ball. Turning in the rear of the south cage he gathered himself for his greatest effort, then like a flash he was off. He sidestepped Bone dodged Cunningham, hurdled the stick and outthrust pads "of Ado Mansfield and like the wizard of the west that he is, passed Doherty be fore that son of Erin was aware. His movements were lightning fast, the pass of his stick as he carried the ball defied the eye and when the Richmond cage was reached a simple pass was made, Jessup turned be wildered and saw the sphere in the draperies. As Eddie Higgins leaned for an in stant against the cage, while the en thusiastic fans cheered till the build ing shook, he chanced to look up above him to see the sea of faces peering from the gallery. Was it fate? As ho looked but one face he saw, a pretty winsome face, flushed and eager, framed in dark brown hair. As the hero of the evening looked, the red lips parted and amid all the sounds he seemed to hear but one, a sweet voice cheer ing for him. That was two years ago. The other day the announcement of the ap proaching nuptials of Mr. Edward Higgins, still of the Muncie polo team, and Miss Mayme Colgan, a popular and well known young wom an of Muncie, was made. The bride-elect has resided in Mun cie for some years. She is employed in a millinery store and makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martin, in East Jackson street. Tuesday morning in the St. Law rence Catholic church, the happy cli max to the romance will be realized. The ceremony will, be read by Rev. W. G. Schmidt, of the church of which both the bride and groom-elect are members. Only immediate friends and relatives of the bride will be present. The wedding trip will be postponed by the young peo ple until next spring, when, at the close of the polo season, they will journey to the eastern home of Mr. Higgins in Providence, R. I. WINS DIAMOND RING. O. B. Reese won the diamond ring which was raffled off yesterday mornign by George Brown. The ring is of eighteen carat and exceedingly valuable. The winning ticket was No. 45. 82 CENTS IS ALL WE ASK YOU TO PAY FOR TAFFETA AND PEAU DE SOIE SILKS THAT HAVE BEEN SELLING AT $1 AND $1.10 PER YARD. THE GEO. H. KNOLLENBERG CO. 1 i -4 5 spill s -JPyUy Jeanne Towler, in "Iris." ALL STAR TEAM IS PICKED REPRESENTATIVE RICHMOND ELEVEN PICKED FROM FOUR TEAMS Earlham 'Varsity, City Team, Bus iness College and Elks' Team Are Represented. Now that the football season has come and gone and the cities through out the state are picking all-star teams of local players, those players who have played the best football in their respective positions, the Palla dium has taken the liberty of nam ing an eleven composed of the best men on the four local teams the past season, Earlham, City Team, Bu;i ness College and Elk Team. The four most likely candidates for end are Morgan, Laurence, Bulla and Magaw. Morgan and Lawrencfl were the two players picked. Thf; former is one of the best end rushes that has ever played in this city. When he was paired off with Elder, who now plays end on Williams Col lege and who was former R. II. S. j and Exeter Academy player, his work attracted attention all over the state. He is a fierce tackier, cool headed and a fair ground gainer. Laurence was given the preference over Bulla and Magaw, both good players, because of his ability as a place kicker and punter. Lockwood and Harvey at tackle are both big men and know the game Lockwood was a former high school star. Harvey's Avork in the Thanks giving game was stellar, throwing Peacock time and again for losses. Ilobbs and Genn at guards have the required weight and play their posi tions cleverly. Hamilton and Smelt zer are also good players, especia'iy the former, but lack the required weight. The center proposition is a diffi cult one. Wann is given the choice over llorton because of his great weight. llorton is a trickey, heady player, handles the ball well and has had several years experience in his position. Wann is also a splendid center and played on the Earlham championship team la?t year. Earlham 's backficld this year was decidedly mediocre and Hill and Kaufman have the call easily r half backs. Both men are big. Hill is a splendid line bucker and end runner and Kaufman as a line plun ger is above the average. Peacock has no opposition as a full back and it is unnecessary to state his quali fications. Russell Wilson handles a team well at quarter back, plays a splendid offensive and defensive gae and is fast. Ed Wilson handles the ball well, is a good tackier and rmt- with the ball as well as Russell Wil- 3t 4 - V 5 'v. 1 We hear that your hair is very sick That's too bad ! We had noticed it was looking pretty thin and faded of late, but naturally did not like to speak of It. By the way, Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower, a per fect hair restorer. Sold, the world over, for 60 years. itFSE2z RICHMOND WEDNESDAY EYENIHG, NOV. 30 : AT COLISEUM! I Tickets at Alt ord's Drug Store M-M-M..! I 1 IIaIIIIIIIuI.InII,II.I...II FULL WEIGHT, FUEE-FROJI-DIRT O O Xi you buy ro m FOSLER & CO. Give them an order and be convinced. ( Ilotli Pnoucs 115. 5r j N. A st. " t-H-H' M - I - I - - H - M - H - I - I - n - omething i q Strong & Garfield Waterproof Enamels the price a little high, but economy in the long run, as they save the price of Manss' Bootees sold by us only come and see at LAhRMAN'S 718 Main Street son, but he cannot get his men into action as fast as his opponent. The folowing is the team picked as a representative Richmond team: AN ALL-RICHMOND FOOTBALL TEAM. Right End Morgan, Business Col lege. Right Tackle LockwtxxL City Team. Right Oaad -Ilobbs, Eaxllian. Left Guard Genn, City Toam. Left TacKl Harvey, Earlham. Left End Laurence, Earlham. Half Batfc -Hill, City Team. Full Back Peacock, City Team. Quarter Back Wilson, Earlham. Sub Ends Bulla, City Team; Ma gaw, Elk Team. Sub Linemen Meyers, City Team; Horton, City Team. Sub Backs Bond, Earlham ;Doan, City Team, Wilson, City Team. WAS STRICKEN With Paralysis While Riding on C. C. & L. Train to Richmond. Sunday morning Mrs. Frank Irwin of Muncie was suddenly stricken with paralysis on a C. C & L. train while en route from Muncie to this city to visit relatives. Her fellow passengers on the train made the un fortunate woman as comfortable as possible and on her arrival in Rich mond Mrs. Irwin was removed to St. Stephen's Hospital. It was learned from inquiry at the hospital last evening that Mrs. Irwin was doincr as well as could be expected and would recover from the stroke. Artists' Recital. The first Artists' Recital of the Department of Music of Earlham College occurred last evening at the college. Mr. Charles Ileydler. violin cellist, was ably assisted by Mr. Frank Braffett, baritone, and Miss Lulu Chamness, soprano. The at tendance was good, and the excellent vs ELWOOD M - I - I I I 1 IM I Ill'-H-M- Extra Good! a pair of rubbers. program rendered was highly appre ciated. The program as published ia these columns the M other day, was carried out. Baldwin Cigars. The Palladium acknowledges th favor of a box of Baldwin cigars. They are strictly hand-made an4 Havana filler. The cigar is a good one and will be handled in this city by Mr. John Zwisslr at the restau rant. For a good smoke, one that you really enjoy, try the Baldwin. New Salvationist Head Coming. Toronto, Ont., Nov. 20. Miss Evs. Booth, the new head of the Salvatlom Army in the United States started for New York today, in which city she will make her headquarters. Cont missioner Kilby, who has been im charge in South Africa, will be Dep uty Commissioner in America, hav ing particular jurisidtion over tha Western Section of the Fnited States with headquarters in Chicago. Miss Booth was tendered a great ? recep tion on her departure from Canada, not only by Salvationists, but by a distinruished gathering of Canadiaa citizens. Smart Wedding in Gothanu -New York, Nov. 20. A marriage uniting two of the -wealthiest and moit influential families in America will be celebrated tpday at St.4 Ag nes Chapel, the contracting parties being Miss Eleanor Jay and Mr. Ar thur Iselin. The bride will be at tired in white satin and lace and will have as maid of honor Miss Ju lia Henderson, the famous society beauty. The bridesmaids are Misses Gladys and Beatrice Mills, Miss Sib yl T)ongIf5, Miss Adelaide Randolph, sten-danghter of the late W. C. Whitney, Miss Theresa Iselin and Miss Wenonah Wetmore. Mr. Ise lin's brother, William, will act as bst man and the ushers include Pobert Gelet. Knneth Bndd and Maxwell Stevenso. "