Last week TIME printed the following paragraphs:
In 1885, E. Robinson Casey was third baseman on the Detroit National League ball team. In a game at Minneapolis when the bases were full and the score four to three with but one inning to play," he struck out . . .
On the register of the Hotel Majestic, Manhattan, last week, appeared the name of E. Robinson Casey, Syracuse, N. Y. He was, it developed, President of the Central New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and the original Casey.
There was no...