Clipped From Chillicothe Gazette
HE MS HURT HOT KNOW ' Is is pf was But Master Roy Traub Was In jured yuite Seriously While at Play. QUITE A SINGULAR ACCIDENT flic tittle Fellow Collides With n May- May- mate ami Since That. Occurred Can Recall Nothing. The details of a most peculiar ac- ac- , cldttut came, to the notice of tho Dally Gazette to-day to-day to-day from Pleasant Grove, Twin township, the victim bolng a twelve year old hoy named Roy Traub, a son ef Mr. Frank Traub. The boy attends the school which la in charge of Mr. Clemont Ingersoll, and has always always been considered one of the brightest pupils of the school. Shortly after the dinner hour yes terday the scholars were playing about the school yard when young Traub and a companion of about his own ago named David Yoakum ran Into each other with great force. Both wero thrown violently to the ground but Traub was the only one who complain ed at all. He said he felt sick and his teacher sent him home.alt hough at the time he did not think the Injury was at alt serious. About an hour later, however, Mrs. Traub called at the school and wanted to know If hr son had been hurt. She said he acted very strangely strangely when he returned home and waa unable to Intelligently answer any questions put to blm. Mr. Ingeinoll explained the affair to her and yesterday evening called at the house to see the boy, The latter did not seem to be suffering any pain but his mind was a complete blank M to everything which had happen that day, lie denied having been to school or going homa.i to dlnfaer and had not the slightest , remembrance) about the accident or anything else which occurred up to the time It hap pened. He was In the same condition this morning and despite the efforts of ' those around him to bring back bis memory could not recall anything. The child's friends are much frighten ed und it was Intended to call In a-physician a-physician a-physician to-day. to-day. to-day. Although there ar no marks on the child's head, he In evidently suffering from a serious con cussion of the brain.