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  • Mail Tribune 100: November 17, 1913

  • November 17, 1913
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  • November 17, 1913
    Despite the peevishness of the weather man, indications this morning pointed to a big crowd at the White Sox-Giants game. Heavy cloud overcast the sky and drizzles of rain fell intermittently, causing fears the game would be called, but failing to dampen the ardor of the fans.
    Out-of-town visitors began to arrive Sunday for the game, and this morning's train brought large delegations from Southern Oregon points.
    The special train bearing the baseball visitors arrived at noon. The autos leaving at 10 to meet the party at Ashland for a tour of the orchard districts. The grounds are in good condition, and the rain will not prevent the game.
    During the game business will be practically suspended, banks, business and public offices closing.
    A full list has been secured for the banquet of the Medford Hotel after the game.
    The brides and women of the baseball party will be entertained during their stay here by a committee from the Greater Medford Club.
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