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Members of the American Broach and King-Seeley baseball teams open new Industrial baseball league, June 1937

Members of the American Broach and King-Seeley baseball teams open new Industrial baseball league, June 1937 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 8, 1937
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NEW BASEBALL LEAGUE OPENS TONIGHT: Mayor Walter Sadler will throw out the first ball tonight at West Park as teams from American Broach and King-Seeley launch the Industrial baseball league campaign in a game starting at 5:45. Three other clubs, Detroit Edison, Cook Spring and Bell Telephone, will take part in the league which is operating for the first time this year. In the above picture, members of two of the teams, King-Seeley and American Broach, are shown at the conclusion of a recent practice session at West Park. In the top row, left to right are A. Satugh, B. Reigle, E. Harless, D. Emons, C. Buster, F. Soper, A. Folk, F. Mackey, H. Shelton, R. Terry, E. Betke and E. Bertoni. In themiddle row are pictured G. Gross, R. Winklehaus, L. Musil, R. Smith, C. Welke and D. Waldo. In the bottom row are M. Holtz, E. Reichman, C. Westenfeld, C. Seeger, R. Wurster and N. Bucholz, mascot.
Month
June
Year
1937
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