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World Series, Game 3... Dr. Crippen, first murderer caught by wireless communication...
Item # 576104
October 21, 1910
THE ALLENTOWN MORNING CALL, Allentown, Pennsylvania, October 21, 1910 The frontpage of the issue features the report on the World Series play "Athletics Make It 3 Straight From Cubs - Coombs, Barry and Murphy Were the Bright Particular Stars in Game" in which the score of the game was 12 - 5, "The combat to-day was a slaughter." Also on the front page is "Dr. Crippen Appears On Witness Stand", who was accused of murdering his wife. This was the first murderer caught by via wireless communications. "Wilson Resigns As Pres. of Princeton" is announced due to Woodrow Wilson's recent nomination for governor of New Jersey. Other news and advertisement are within as well.
This is complete in 16 pages with binding slits along the left spine, some chipping along the edges, close trimmed at the bottom edge, evenly browned. Should be handled with some care.
Category: The 20th Century