Author:Charles Emmett Van Loan

Charles Emmett Van Loan
(1876–1919)
One of America's most popular sports writers and humorists; best remembered for his prolific contributions of sports stories to magazines like the Saturday Evening Post. Pen names: C. E. Van Loan, Charles E. Van Loan

WorksEdit

Works from magazinesEdit

  • "The Flight of the Coyote Special" in The Railroad Man's Magazine, vol. 12, 1910
  • "When Thieves Fall Off" (ss) in Popular magazine, Dec 18, 1912
  • "The Chivalry of Carbon County" (ss) in Popular magazine, Jul 1, 1913 (also as "Chivalry in Carbon County" in Score By Innings, 1919)
  • "Eliphaz, Late Fairfax" (ss) in Collier's Nov 6, 1915 (also included in Old Man Curry, 1917)
  • "Filmland As It Was and Is" (nf) in Collier's Dec 18, 1915
  • "Sanguinary Jeremiah" (ss) in Collier's Dec 25, 1915 (also included in Old Man Curry, 1917)
  • "For Brodie's Benefit" (ss) in Popular Magazine, Nov 20, 1916
  • "The Men Who Make the Movies Move" (nf) in Collier's Jan 1, 1916
  • "The Message to Buckshot Jim" (novelette) in Munsey's Aug 1912
  • "The Resumption Handicap" (ss) in Collier's Dec 25, 1915 (also included in Fore!, 1918)
  • "The Modern Judgment of Solomon" (ss) in Collier's Sep 4, 1916 (also included in Old Man Curry: Race track stories, 1917)


 

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