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ELEVEN PENNSY PLAYERS HELPING U. S. TO WIN WAR
A full team of baseball players, from a pitcher on down, has been enlisted into the army and the navy of Uncle Sam from the Pennsylvania Railroad Baseball league of Altoona during the present season. The “honor roll” of the Pennsy league for the 1918 season, to date, follows:
Clyde R. Bowser, first base, Car Shop.
Joseph C. Wilson, first base, Middle Division.
Charles Ashburn, center field, Car shop.
Merle Gerdes, third base, Machine Shop.
Delroy Donnelly, outfield, Machine Shop.
Al Harbor, outfield, Machine Shop.
Andy Mumper, third base, Middle Division.
Ike McCord, shortstop, Middle Divison.
Al Ashburn, shortstop, Car Shop.
Henry Leasure, pitcher, Car Shop.
J. K. Snyder, outfield, Middle Division.
Keywords/Tags: Clyde R. Bowser, Joseph C. Wilson, Charles Ashburn, Merle Gerdes, Delroy Donnelly, Al Harbor, Andy Mumper, Ike McCord, Al Ashburn, Henry Leasure, J. K. Snyder, WWI, Altoona, Blair County, Pennsylvania