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PLATTSMOUTH SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1913.
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meHhocig Oooing Every GUainute for the eneffift of All 3erwiee Hera
Wrestling Matcti two isoxmg
Exceptional High-Class Free Attractions
Base Ball Game
From Fort Crook and Other Good Bands Will Furnish Plenty of Music fill Day
Mtdooir Paimce Platform
Large Enough for Two Hundred Couples Fifteen Piece Orchestra Full of Pepp and Plenty of Jazz
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mmmm day notes
l)i -inking water will be found at most con
Meals will he served free to all Service
men. Two tickets will be issued to each man
that he may take his wife, sweetheart or a
relative with him. '
All Soldiers. Sailors, Marines and Red
Cross Nurses will be given identication badges
which will admit them free to all entertain
ment of the day. This matter is in charge of
the Reception committee.
There will be a Parking committee, whose
work will be finding suitable places for the
cars.. Members" of this' committee may be
found on all main thoroughfares, directing
the car owners, as well as at the downtown in
tersections. - ' - . .
2:30 p. m.
Reveille by Buglers for Entire City.
Whistles and Church Bells.
Signal throughout Entire County.
Receive Pershing's Picked Band at the
Missouri Pacific Station.
Brass Band Concert.
'Ball Game, Soldiers vs. Sailors.
Grand Parade, Soldiers, Sailors, Marines
and Red Cross Nurses.
Athletic Carnival at Base Ball Park.
All Contestants Lx-Scrvice Men
Events in the Big Athletic Carnival:
WRESTLING MATCH Tom Ray, Oma
ha, vs.-Bull Sorenson, Salt Lake City.'
BOXING BOUT Semi-windup, 6 Rounds.
Eddie Gillen, Omaha, vs.. Jimmy Drexel, of
South Omaha. (Weight 140).
MAIN BOUT Six rounds at 190 pounds.
Andy Schmarder, of Louisville, Champion of
the U. S. Navy. vs. Harry Williams, Omaha,
Heavyweight Boxer U. S. Army.
Dance on Outdoor Platform.
Dancing on Huge Open Air Platform.
:00 p. m.
:30 p. m
HOMECOMING DAY NOTES
Rest room and check stand facilities will
be provided by the committee.
Kid Graves, of Omaha, Former Welterweight Champion of the World will Referee All Events but Main Bout
Free Attractions on ftfiairi Street All Afternoon!
The band concert 111 the evening will be
one worth while. .Given by men who know
rcal music and how to play it.
The picture shows have been bought out
right b- the Entertainment committee and
will be "open to the public from early in the
morning till late at niglit. Special high grade
pictures at both shows. b'ree admission.
The Athletic Carnival promises to be one
of the best ever given in the state. All con
testants are ex-service men and high class
athletes. Seaman Andy Schmarder is heavy
weight champion of the U. S. Navy and Har
ry Williams is a heavyweight boxer of the
U. S.' Army.
Each Service IVJan Receives Two Tickets
Everything Free to All Service Men
and Red Cross FJurse
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