Untitled Article About Max Wiley
Published in The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Thursday, April 15, 1909, Page 9
Max Wiley, a wrestler, and Sam Jordan, proprietor of a poolroom at Toledo, have been arrested, charged with swindling Joe M. Davis of Auburn, out of $3,000 on a fake wrestling match game at Springfield, Ill. In December last.
See related articles about this case:
Auburn Man Loses On Fake Wrestling Match Story Emanates From Terre Haute – Lost Sum of $3,000, The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Tuesday Morning, February 2, 1909, Page 2.
Wiley in Trouble Again. The Syracuse Herald, Friday Evening, April 16, 1909, Page 10.
Brother Is On The Ground Published in The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Monday, May 3, 1909, Page 2.
Untitled Article About Max Wiley Published in The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Friday, May 14, 1909, Page 9.
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