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LAKE TO JOIN OLD-TIMERS' GAME

Former Stars Perform for Benefit of Matthewson Fund

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When the five-inning contest of old-timers begins this afternoon at Braves Field at 1.15 o'clock, the University Second baseball team will be represented by a former and a present coach. Fred Lake, who tutored the Crimson scrubs to last year's win over Yale, will be behind the bat, stopping the curves of "Iron-man" Joe McGinnity and Mike Lynch, while Fred Parent, the present mentor of the Seconds, will be cavorting among the daisies in the shortstop position.

The game is being held for the benefit of the Christopher Mathewson Memorial Fund A memorial tablet will be unveiled to the memory of the famous twirler, and Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis will make a brief address.

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