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Start Made In Early 1930's At Three Cities

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Day
23
Month
October
Year
1959
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Methodists To Install New Minister Sunday

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Day
14
Month
February
Year
1956
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Pastor Accepts Methodist Post

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Day
24
Month
January
Year
1958
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3 Players & 3 Ministers Honor Babe Ruth At Ferry Field In Advance Of The Babe Ruth League World Series, August 16, 1957

3 Players & 3 Ministers Honor Babe Ruth At Ferry Field In Advance Of The Babe Ruth League World Series, August 16, 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 16, 1957
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It was just nine years ago tonight that Babe Ruth, most-beloved and, perhaps, the greatest baseball player of all time, died of cancer. But for fans and others his memory survives and is perpetuated in many ways one of which would be the nation-wide Babe Ruth League program which is dedicated to youth baseball with the game and good sportsmanship being "the thing" without intruding thoughts of race or creed. The above group, gathered around home plate on the Michigan Varsity Diamond which will be the site of next week's Babe Ruth World Series, symbolizes the program. For here are three of "the kids" whom the Babe loved above all others along with three leaders of as many religious faiths. From left are Toby Scott and Ed Hugan, of the Willow Run Babe Ruth Nationals; John Thoss, a Saline Babe Ruther; Rabbi Julius Weinberg of the Beth Israel Center; Father David Weisner, of the St. Francis parish, and Rev. Erland J. Wangdahl, pastor of the First Methodist Church. Ruth Series play will start Tuesday.

F. J. Lapointe, Broach Firm Founder, Dies

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
November
Year
1953
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