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About Lake County examiner. (Lakeview, Lake County, Or.) 1880-1915 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1913)
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PLANK MAY QUIT.
Orsst Philadelphia Pltoh.r Want t
Develop His Farms.
Tbt In at world' series may mark
tbs passing of Eddla flank, tbs great
Philadelphia American. For aereral
years be baa d mired to drop out of tbe
game and only continued at tbe per
onal solicitation of Manager Mack.
Plank was born at Gettysburg In
1879 and entered Gettysburg college In
1000. Eren In those day b felt the
pitching prowess of Christy Mstbew
son, for during tbe time be was tbe
leading twlrler of bla varsity team
Gettysburg met the Bucknell college
nine on tbe diamond. The tall, lanky
youth on tbe alab for tbe visitors was
Mathewson, and after a remarkable
pitching duel, from a college stand
point. Plank and his teammates were
defeated. 3 to 0.
Plonk never has shown any desire to
wander "far from bis own flreslde"
and today owns two large farms near
his birthplace. He spends all bis spare
time there. Tie has wearied of the
diamond strife and ts anxious to settle
If Mack can persuade him to return
to Shlbe park and don a playing uni
form next spring It will be but another
example of the wonderful hold tbe tall
lender has over his players, according
to the Athletics, who carried Plank off
tbe Polo grounds field on their shoul
ders. It certainly will nut be due to any
financial Inducements that Mack can
offer, for Plank, In company with the
other forty-nine players who partici
pated In the series, divided t 135.163.80
on tbe basis of 60 per cent to the win
ners and 40 per cent to the losers. Tbe
stockholders of each of the two clubs
also had $79,100.60 to divide as a re
sult of their players' drawing powers
during tbe world's series.
RUINED BY BASEBALL BETS.
Quaker Fan Says He Has Lest $200,000
en National Pastime.
Standing In the long watch shortly
before the gates were thrown open be
fore the iHHt world's series game in
New York at the Polo grounds was a
soldier of fortune, aged seventy. His
name was Michael Haosmann. Base
ball had ruined him. so he said, and
he hoped It would Anally give him a
square menl. It would, be said. If he
could sell bla place in line for tbe
price of a regular repast
Once be owned restaurants in Phila
delphia and was worth $200,000, but
he guessed wrong on the world's se
serios every year and made other bets
on baseball' with the result that to
day be is reduced to membership In
the bread line. He sold bis place
GREAT GOLF MATCH.
Ouimet and Travers Will Play Varden
Francis Oulmet, tbe Boston golfing
sensation who captured the open cham
pionship title, la anxious to demon
strate that bis great victory at Brook
line. Max., was no fluke.
Oulmet and Jerry Trarers. the ama
teur chnmpion. are to play Itay and
Vardon. the Engliu professionals
& - 4
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Photo by Amvririin Preaa Association.
whom Ouiiuet defeated at Brookline.
This great battle of the links will oc
cur at tbe Wykagyl links, near New
Kocbelle. N. Y.
Oulmet. who is a seusitlve young lad,
has chafed under some of the com
ments alnnit his triumph over the Brit
ish stars, aud be believes he will torn
in a lower score than either of them in
the forthcoming match.
Barrett's Coed Work.'
Barrett of Cornell ran back punts
against the Carlisle Indians in sensa
tional fashion. He must be very clev
er to elude the Indian ends, as end
play is something that Carlisle teams
Invariably excel In.
Bartlett of Brown.
Bartlett, Brown'a left tackle, weighs
800 pounds this year. He Is the speed
iest man on the lint.
CUT IN PRICE OF
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C. P. . WattM Clear FroMted
$ .50 $ .65
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$ .60 $ .80
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ALL LAMPS CASH
If not cash, Bctn extra per lump.
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