April 5, 1926
Movement Started To Revive Baseball Among the Scouts Illy SA!i(V Dr. J. A. McCarry, who is taking an active interest in helping to bring baseball back in this section, has assumed assumed the initiative in an effort to have the younger generation take a more active interest in the game and as a starter has organized a team composed entirely of players from the Elks' Boy Scouts. The Jiiuior "Brother Bills" mean business and stand ready to meet any team in the county of their age. As soon as the Knights of Columbus and Felton scout team organize a series of games will be played, the winner of which will he awarded a handsome silver cup. All scout teams that may be organized in the county will be given an opportunity to figure in the series of games to be arranged and particulars in regard to it can be had by consulting Dr. McGarry. The Elks' scouts will start the season season with the following lineup: Smith, catcher; Sousa, pitcher; Young, first base; Strong, second base; Handley, shortstop; Houck, right field; Whitmore, center field; Petitdidier, left field. The News will gladly publish lineups of all teams that may be organized. organized.