Clipped From The Indianapolis Star
the WOMEN HURT IN "JOY RIDE." 3 ollce Find Three to Have Been jured In Miller's Car. In the course of the police investigation of the accident to an automobile load 'Joy riders," driven by E. F. Miller, Eugene street, which occurred when machine was overturned about a block icuth of Thirtieth street on Lafayette itreet, late Saturday night, it was hat three wohien passengers with him offered more or less severe injuries, Miler had refused to divulge the names ils companions, saying none of them lurt: ^ Mrs. Fannie Lawhorn, 214 Sast street, w^s in the machine and ered a broken shoulder when it upset, Miss Amy Marshall, 35 Kast South suffered internal injuries and one limb and her spine were injured. Miss Jess Sherry, 443 North Illinois street, suffered nternal Injuries. Clem Wylie, also a member of the party, according to tho 1st secured at police headquarters yes- erday, was not hurt.