According to the Saturday May 4, 1920 Montreal Standard (p. 30) Lutzke is notable for betting that he could slide down a rope from a fifth floor room of the team's hotel. He won the bet, but burnt his hands on the rope, making him temporarily unable to play. The team management sent him to the minor leagues.
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