Archive for the tag 'newspaper clips'

Easy on Readers (1939)

Its four symbols and their meaning
V — Verified.
OP — Official propaganda.
A — Seems authentic.
R — Rumor.

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No-Hitter, Two One-Hitters in Twin Bill (1980)

The largest Waterloo Stadium crowd in several seasons–6,180–was treated to sterling pitching performances as the Waterloo (Midwest) Indians swept a doubleheader June 7 from the Appleton Foxes, 3-0 and 1-0.

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Beloit in Midwest for 1970 (1969)

The team name was going to be the Braves, the 1969 affiliation would be a Tigers-dominated co-op, the 1970 affiliation would be with Cleveland, and owner Mike Kelegian would likely move the team to Rockford for the 1970 season. None of these things happened.

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Have You Ever Had the Urge? (1968)

Some 4,000 fans watched, slightly stunned, as Stump interrupted what appeared to be a roaring argument between Deegan and managers Jack Krol of Cedar Rapids and Rac Slider of Waterloo with a pie.

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Call Off Final M-O-V Playoffs (1950)

As you can see, the accounts actually disagree, both about the status of the Paducah/West Frankfort series and about the reason for the cancellation. Looking at the game reports for those which were actually played, it looks like the weather was sufficient reason to shut things down; it was wet and cold, and few were in the stands.

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Centralia, Belleville Play 17 Innings, Game Ends in 2-2 Tie (1947)

Belleville 000 000 020 000 000 00 - 2 11 3
Centralia  000 200 000 000 000 00 - 2 12 2
Batteries: Lubanski and Lovin, DeFrietas (5);‚Ä®
Markellos and Ciacchi.

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Wisconsin Rapids Loses Manager Before Season Starts (1977)

[Tom] Zimmer, 24, son of former major leaguer Don Zimmer, said Friday he was quitting as manager because of poor facilities, ill-fitting uniforms, inadequate stadium lighting and a lack of lodging in the Wisconsin Rapids area.

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Double Iron Man Stunt (1952)

Two “Iron Men” pitched against each other in a Mississippi-Ohio Valley baseball league July 4th double-header.

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Umpire Huddle Leads to Protest (1962)

Kuklenski grounded to Ron Henderson at second base, but the infielder couldn’t make a throw because First Baseman Bob Iglesias was watching Novick and Williams. As a result, Kuklenski was called back to bat again.

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M-O Winner May Play Kitty Loop Champion (1949)

“I’m tired of having people send me newspaper clippings telling me that the Kitty is better than the Valley,” Mondino told the league meeting. “If they’re good, let them prove it.”

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