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17 Archival description results for Baseball

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286-3

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  • May 18, 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of a batter about to swing his baseball bat and an umpire waiting to catch a stray ball during a Copper Cliff Midget League baseball game between a team from Newark, New Jersey and a team from Buffalo, New York at the baseball field in Copper Cliff, Ontario.

286-4

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  • May 18, 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of a batter swinging his baseball bat and an umpire waiting to catch a stray ball during a Copper Cliff Midget Leage baseball game between a team from Newark, New Jersey and a team from Buffalo, New York at the baseball field in Copper Cliff, Ontario.

288-12

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  • May 25, 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of a member of the Copper Cliff senior baseball team at bat during a baseball game between the Copper Cliff team and the Frood senior team at the baseball field in Copper Cliff, Ontario during Victoria Day celebrations. Spike Boal is the umpire behind home base.

288-15

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  • May 25, 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of an unidentified young boy at bat during a baseball game in Copper Cliff, Ontario during Victoria Day celebrations.

288-4

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  • May 25, 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of Norman Hann, playing for the Copper Cliff senior baseball team, running across first base as First Baseman Haddon of the Frood senior baseball team, prepares to catch the ball during a game between the two teams during the Copper Cliff Victoria Day celebrations at the baseball field in Copper Cliff, Ontario.

288-5

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  • May 25, 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of Left Fielder Edwards, of the Copper Cliff senior baseball team, getting tagged out by Catcher Spike Boal, of the Frood senior baseball team, at home plate during a game between the two teams during the Copper Cliff Victoria Day celebrations at the baseball field in Copper Cliff, Ontario.

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  • July 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of some of the members of the Nickel Belt All-Star Baseball Team posing for a team photograph. In the front row, from left to right, are: "Ginny" Bertulli (aka Enio Bertulli), catcher; Herb Perigoe, first base; Spike Boal, second base; Harry Haddow, utility infielder and Eddie Dunn, centrefield. In the back row, left to right, are: Joe McDonald, catcher and coach; Joe Lora, utility outfielder; Bill Fine, manager; Normie Hann (aka Norman Hann), shortstop, and Maurice Vaillancourt, pitcher.

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  • August 1, 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of the Royal Canadian Navy baseball team from Toronto, Ontario being greeted by Canadian Legion Sports Day Director Alex McKinnon at the Canadian Pacific Railway Station in Sudbury, Ontario, where the team had travelled to compete against the International Nickel Company's (Inco) Refinery baseball team, the Copper Kings. McKinnon is shaking hands with Sub-Lieutenant Buckley and Ken McArthur is standing behind the two men. The other men standing are, from left to right, Hilly Lang, Art Russell, D. Rogerson, F. Clark, Frank Morris, Bill Balmer, and Gordy Wright. Kneeling from left to right, are R. Cummings, F. O'Leary, and Cy Roworth.

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  • September 1942
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of the Copper Cliff juvenile baseball team posing for a picture. Sitting on a bench, from left to right, are Phil Favot, Lloyd Germa, Bill Prince, Tom Atcheson, Stu Johnston, and Harvey Flynn. Standing, from left to right, are Gord Alcott, "Cookie" Cooke, Sam Cundari, Tony Rossi, Jim Chapman, and Wilf Digby. The team's mascot, "Cherry" Nicoli, is kneeling in front of the team and is holding five baseball bats.

386-18

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  • September 9, 1943
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of the Copper Cliff Redmen baseball team posing for a picture on a baseball field. Front row, from left to right are Enio Bertoli (aka Ginney Bertoli), Guida Signoretti (aka Boogy Bertoli), Joe Lora, Gerry Wallace, Stanley Spratt (aka Stan Spratt), Herbie Perigoe, and Norman Hashey (aka Guy Hashey). Standing from left to right are Bruno Taus, Borden Henry (aka Cass Henry), Norman Hann (aka Normie Hann), Frank Demarco, Roy Longfellow (aka Unk Longfellow), Ken Sargent, Coach Joe MacDonald (aka Whispering Joe MacDonald), Maurice Kinkley, and Manager Gord Alcott. The team's mascot, Raymond Smythe (aka Ray Smythe), is seen sitting on the ground, holding two baseball bats.

386-19

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  • September 9, 1943
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of the Copper Cliff Redmen baseball team posing for a picture on a baseball field. Front row, from left to right are Enio Bertoli (aka Ginney Bertoli), Guida Signoretti (aka Boogy Bertoli), Joe Lora, Gerry Wallace, Stanley Spratt (aka Stan Spratt), Herbie Perigoe, and Norman Hashey (aka Guy Hashey). Standing from left to right are Bruno Taus, Borden Henry (aka Cass Henry), Norman Hann (aka Normie Hann), Frank Demarco, Roy Longfellow (aka Unk Longfellow), Ken Sargent, Coach Joe MacDonald (aka Whispering Joe MacDonald), Maurice Kinkley, and Manager Gord Alcott. The team's mascot, Raymond Smythe (aka Ray Smythe), is seen sitting on the ground, holding two baseball bats.

415-4

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  • July 1944
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of softball coach Eddie Peever crouched down on the field with six of his Central Public School players before a game of the Associated Canadian Travellers Primary School Softball League in Sudbury, Ontario. From left to right are Coach Eddie Peever, Louis Fay, Johnny Kovalchuk, Bill Dydich, Cecil Steepe, Wayne Eadie and Billie McDonald.

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  • December 8, 1945
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of the Lansdowne Public School softball team, 1945 junior softball champions of the Association of Canadian Travellers (ACT) League, at a luncheon banquet hosted by the ACT for the winning teams. Front, left to right, are Wilf Kelly, Bill Smith, Bill Steele (Coach), Tony Sterebenk, Joe Pellesh and Syward Baker. Back row, left to right, are Joe Woitowich, Bill Kedey (Principal of Lansdowne Public School), Phil Danyluk, Jack Graham, Jack Smith, Ted Pylko, Johnny Kozlich, Walter Makarinsky, Pete Pellesh and Adam Borovich.

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  • December 8, 1945
  • Part of Sudbury Star

One image of the St. Albert's Separate School softball team, 1945 juvenile softball champions of the Association of Canadian Travellers (ACT) League, at a luncheon banquet hosted by the ACT for the winning teams. Front row, from left to right, Steve Grosdich, Peter Battino, Louis Narbonne (Coach), Vico Medina, Fred Grottoli and George Hamilton. Back row, from left to right, are Allan butler, Eddie Boucher, Paul Dinan, Ray Demuynick, Robert Bois, Gerald Retty, Leo Bertuzzi and Bob Dinan.

82-24

One image of members of the 1939 Copper Cliff Junior Baseball team posing for a team photograph. In the front row are, from left to right: Stan Germa, Dunc MacKinnon, Buster Paquette, Neil Birney, Maurice Vaillancourt, Fox Didone, Herk Flynn, Dave Chapman, and Soup Campbell. In the back row are, from left to right: Wilmer Hughes, Doug Gathercole, George Blake, Harold Dunn, Lawrence Wulff, John Vaillancourt, Getch Trezise (aka Bill Trezise), Elio Tramontini, Guy Hashey, and Bert Flynn.

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One image of members of the 1939 Copper Cliff Junior Baseball team posing for a team photograph. In the front row are, from left to right: Stan Germa, Dunc MacKinnon, Buster Paquette, Neil Birney, Maurice Vaillancourt, Fox Didone, Herk Flynn, Dave Chapman, and Soup Campbell. In the back row are, from left to right: Wilmer Hughes, Doug Gathercole, George Blake, Harold Dunn, Lawrence Wulff, John Vaillancourt, Getch Trezise (aka Bill Trezise), Elio Tramontini, Guy Hashey, and Bert Flynn.

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