Rowland baseball 1903

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, CH«(*»f Thefifst bait pffitel !)«twe6ft the fefith Hie l»enni^1*«ft((t rtvuntie' »ine*' W. :# f 6*hiblftd ^fttefd«y ttftefftottH to k litffts', fft«hibnftbl(3,' AM sylUpiUhotle fttidtoiice' Which'-^Wed the. if fay from fatitrttfe HointR ttptiii /{tie .sward ruid the fie.v? Ninth street. A flvo-initttitf gnuio wft« all that WIM thffcntonod bnt at the filosft 'of five fnat Bint Mf lotto foohts the scorn was tied, «o ftavoH inning wefe plivyed, Tenth street rntinin^ tip a totnt of in tallies white Pelinaylvanla nvoiin'c scorod jnst 1-1. The umpire, A. M. Wooden, being a Tenth street man himself, occupied a very trying position, "conscience wnr- ring with do8tre,"but he was so courteous and genial with his decisions that it is impossible to criticise thorn even though our mimic's off. Air. Wooden wns determined to plonso both sides if possible possible and one side ut any cost. The roster of teams will seem like a poop buck into the last century, some recent stars seasoning the exhibit of relics. Here's the Pennsylvania avenue team: Frank Matter n, catcher; Robert T. Garman, pitcher; Claude Jones, first bnso; Oharles Tl. Rowland, second base; Frank W. Vogt, short stop; John G. Anderson, third base; Ed. Miller, loft field; John O, Telnpletou, centre field; W. H. Srullin, right field, And hero's tho Tenth street team : Frank M. War- itfg, catcher; Walter S.Brooks, pitcher; Bernard Vogt, first base; 0. A. Steel, second base; B. J. Ooodull, short stop; Guy Ilickqnbaugh, third base; W. E. Tyson, left field; W. B. Mnrdook, centre field; John D. Oox, right field. The game was alive with features, generally Billy Tyson's. That gentleman gentleman at his every appearance insisted upon looping tho loop aud his features were constantly spread upon the grass. Guy Bickonbaugh, too, was effective on tho slide, his specialty being a drop and extension of the body by which ho could retain his foot upon first base aiid tonCli second with his fingers. Pitcher J3ob Garman performed his difficult j6b admirably, considering that he not only hold down his responsible) place in tlie box acceptably, but also that he was kept from umpiring the game, too, only by Mr, Woodeu's firm refusal to permit the young man to overwork himself. Pitcher Walter Brooks aud Catchers Waring and Mattern were glorious Successes. Ed. Miller was a daisy in the field, and tho batting of Messrs. Anderson Anderson aud Steel was worth coming milos to see. Second Baseman Kowlaud returned returned to the diamond aft or an absonco of>tweiity years and a gain of twenty- fivo pounds, aud. he did it gracefully. Tho siime teams promise to play another giuno next woek. HAII.S I'OlliU ANNIVKtiHAUV. .^ix. Ytiiii'H. Ago Tyroms .\VH.H Uiimurulfiiny lti>U('K'il l,y Voii|;oiiii.'il Aqiiu Unlluls. ... Today marks the sixth anniversary of the big hail storm that visited this section,

Clipped from Tyrone Daily Herald19 Jun 1903, FriPage 4

Tyrone Daily Herald (Tyrone, Pennsylvania)19 Jun 1903, FriPage 4
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