April 27, 1907

Walking across a lawn of newly laid sod, regardless of the sign, "Keep Off the Grass," cost S. Wooley, a milkman, a beating with a broomstick. But George Kaiser, the janitor of the flats at 2111 Prospect, who put up the sign and the fight, had to make an agreement with the county prosecutor to plead guilty to common assault and pay a $40 fine and serve a thirty-day jail sentence in order to avoid prosecution in Justice Miller's court for felonious assault.