Cincinnati, Ohio, June 7.—The annual outing of the Lumbermen's Club of Cincinnati was held at Cody's Farm, on the Dixie Highway south of Covington, Ky., yesterday afternoon and evening. About seventy-five members and guests made the trip to the farm in automobiles. The afternoon was devoted to outdoor sports, featured by two baseball games. Two pick-up teams were formed, one headed by P. D. Bailey called the Colts, and the other headed by Roy Thompson called the Vets. The Colts won out in the ninth inning by the close score of 9 to 8. A triple by Ben Bramlage brought in two runs and the game. In the horseshoe pitching contest Ed Moran proved the winner. He was presented with a prize horseshoe by President J. C. West. Mr. West found the horseshoe down in Mississippi about ten years ago and he assured Mr. Moran that it was a "real luck" piece. The golf approaching contest was won by Patrick Rutledge, who was presented with a safety razor donated by W. H. Hopkins, chairman of the entertainment committee.
American Lumberman, 1922, Part 1, p. 58