P.R. Schmaltz June 1938
I OrPIJIUBEt OLD TYMEHS GAME Whenever baseball is the' toplo ot ' discussion, the name of . P.; R. Schmaltz, Hughestown's premier? sportsman and playing manager of the old Brothers' baseball team,' Is ' usually brought into it When the ' veterans assemble at Artillery, Park, Wllkes-Barre, Wllkes-Barre, Wllkes-Barre, one week from," Sunday for "Duck" Walsh's Old Tymers' Day game, P. R, claims- claims- he will be he oldest player on the old timers' team, but will look and ac " like the youngest. VWi'1 (''''' Pete Schmaltz has some records ' to his credit which any t player might envy. As a pitcher to won 25 straight games for the Brothers. -He -He stole home 88 times and was . never caught once la his attempt to steal home. He pitched against, and beat a championship Scranton team on his 60th birthday allowing':', only three hits and . one run; he : did not issue jJjBBfcC'1?'1'' struck out eight batters. Jdelio-u Jdelio-u Jdelio-u , . ' A ..... v lour nits nimseir a nomer, inpie and two singles, scoring two runs.