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- defeated defeated 8 - 4, 2 - 8, ( - 3, 6 - 1, Ax, - 6, - 1. - 1, - 0, . - vi. vs. and FANS GIVE CUBAN BIG RECEPTION Present Estalella With Traveling Bag; Senators Take Two Games It was "Bobby" Estalella Night" at Island Park last night, and the friends of the Cuban were out In force to give him a boost. He was not much of a factor in the first game, but his for victory in second. second. Harrisburg took both games scores 2 to 1 and 3 to 2. Remorenko stole the show in the first battle Harrisburg meets Hazleton tonight and will then take a trip to Elmira and Binghamton. Upon the first appearance at the plate in the second game Estalella was presented with a traveling bag and a sun helmet by admiring fans and members of the Senators. Harrisburg had to defeat a determined determined team and it took a lot of flossy baseball to accomplish the feat twice, and Andy High's bunch doesn't seem to realize when it is licked these days. High showed his team the way with spectacular fielding plays which robbed Senator batters of no less than four sure hits during the two tilts. He came up with a hit in the first tilt and two more in the second. Orlin Rogers and Chief Moore, former Phillies' hurler, tangled in a pitchers' duel in the first tilt after the first inning, with Rogers getting better as he went along. Helpless for three innings, Remorenko, Remorenko, the first man up in the fourth, caught a high fast one for a home run over the right field fence. As soon as it was hit, the fans knew it was ticketed to land outside the ball yard. A round of applause greeted the big Russian lad as he crossed the plate for what proved to be the fifth home run out of six hits made since Joining the Senators a week ago. Baileton Harrlsburr Made Him Happy f A K!!.;vi:i:vt"v ! : v.:'V - ,Viv - ;;f.Si.vA."1; 1 (fel J ab r h o a ab r h o a1 Wilson. Last night was "Estalella Night" on Island Park and the Cuban third - baseman sent the 1800 fans home sjnging his praises as he scored the winning winning run in the second game, after the Senators had taken the first game, 2 to 1. It was the largest week - day crowd of the season. Joe O'Connors, on behalf of Harrisburg fans, pre sented Estalella with a travel ing bag and a pith sun helmet. lid Kemorenko, 19 - year - old be hemoth first - baseman, has only had seven hits since he joined the Senators a week ago, but of the seven hits, five were home runs. Last night, he poled Harrisburg's first run and doubled in the second game, to score on Hart's fly to right field. ' 3

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 10 Aug 1935, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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