Brother Is On The Ground
Published in The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Monday, May 3, 1909, page 2.
Auburn, Ind. May 2 – Louis Wiley, of the New York Times, and Myer Galser, of Toledo, arrived in this city today to investigate the charge against Mr. Wiley’s brother, Max, that he swindled Joseph Davis of this city in a fake wrestling match. Jordan has not been able to give bond and has been in jail two weeks.
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.
Untitled Article About Max Wiley Published in The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Thursday, April 15, 1909, Page 9.
Wiley in Trouble Again. The Syracuse Herald, Friday Evening, April 16, 1909, Page 10.
Untitled Article About Max Wiley Published in The Fort Wayne Sentinel, Friday, May 14, 1909, Page 9.
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