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A half dozen photos the larger ones which come up when you click the small ones added to the Fresno State section. Faced with a mountain of material to process, what do you do? Interesting - there are just 11 players in the photo, not unusual for teams of that era.
Previously, we had a particular void here without photos of former Kootenay area stars Les Hufty left and brother Frank Hufty right. So along with the pics of the Huftys we have the rest of the squad, including Carl Locatelli, far left and Al Swede Larsen near left.
The Players Lists have been updated! But, after adding up the number of new entries, I am going to have to triple-check. While the update took weeks, adding names and going over the list line by line to try and eliminate duplication, the number of additions seems quite astounding -- more than 15, new entries with about 2, names deleted because of duplication.
Can that be right? Among the craziness, the league president was empowered to alter the standings, albeit in a minor way, which left the final standings with one more loss than wins.
Lillian McLean passed away June 20th at the age of Sixty years later, Mrs. McLean provided a major boost to my fledgling web site with the contribution of a thick scrapbook of newspaper clippings of the old Western Canada League.
On the phone she helped with details on the players and the times. She also had questions about a little trouble of mine at Lloydminster Composite High School in the late s and seemed to know a whole lot about the goings-on of our class. Lillian moved from Lloydminster to Moose Jaw inwhen she was 84, to settle near son Rodney and family.
While she had a little trouble with the TV remote and new fandangled phones, her memory was acute and her assistance was greatly appreciated.
A strong woman, she survived the death of her eldest son, Raymond, inand husband Joseph in With a family background in agriculture, Findley began growing cotton on the FSU farm and working on his father's and grandfather's farms. Two grandsons continue the family tradition growing cotton in Wee Waa.
Last year, Bill and Carolyn marked their 58th wedding anniversary. Thank you Gary Fink! What a great addition to our ManDak coverage.
Born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, he's still a Tigers' fan although with the move West in he's also taken a liking to the Giants.
He's been very active in research efforts spending countless hours squinting at microfilm readers digging out more and more information from newspaper box scores. He's now working on a project to identify black players in pro ball in the years to - the Jackie Robinson years.An essay of about words must accompany the application, along with two to five faculty recommendation letters.
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