[Adapted from the Springfield Republican, 14 February 1922.]

Greenfield, February 13.—Gladys Holden, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holden of Earle Avenue, sustained a fracture of the base of the skill and also a fracture of the right thigh when a double runner on which was coasting on the eastern slope of the Mountain Road struck a telephone pole near the home of T. C. Kels late yesterday afternoon. She was picked up unconscious and taken to the Kels home, where first aid was administered. Later she was taken to the Farren Hospital. She was attended by Dr. W. H. Pierce. Her condition is serious.

Leona Clapp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clapp of Montague City Road, another member of the party, was badly shaken up, but did not suffer for serious injury. Harry Grove of Montague City, who was piloting the sled, sustained a sprained ankle. Jack McGahan, the fourth member of the party, was badly but not seriously bruised.