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Originally published in the Pacific Coast Bulletin, May 3, 1922

BLACK DIAMOND’S TEAM AND EXTRA PLAYERS. Reading from left to right: First row, Norton, Frink, Hydorn, Blair, Shears, Mulberger, Wicks; Second row, Curtis, Simmons, Hunton, Beeman, Supt. Cartwright, Lowman, Manager McDonough, Grantier, Watson. The boy in front is Billy Nicholson, mascot.

BLACK DIAMOND’S TEAM AND EXTRA PLAYERS.
Reading from left to right: First row, Norton, Frink, Hydorn, Blair, Shears, Mulberger, Wicks; Second row, Curtis, Simmons, Hunton, Beeman, Supt. Cartwright, Lowman, Manager McDonough, Grantier, Watson. The boy in front is Billy Nicholson, mascot.

THE LINE UP

Black Diamond Issaquah
Mulberger s. Anderson s.
Curtis 1b. Hales rf.
Blair lf. McDonald 2b.
Norton rf. O’Reilley c.
Hunton cf. Hardie 1b.
Chambers 3b. Doucett cf.
Shears 2b. Noel lf.
Wicks c. Potter 3b.
Hydorn p. Hoadley p.

The baseball season is on—at least so far as the camps of the Pacific Coast Coal Company, and the others in the recently organized Miners’ League, are concerned.

It was formally opened at Black Diamond on Sunday afternoon, April 30, when the players of that camp, and a team from Issaquah, faced each other on the diamond.

N.D. Moore, vice president, tossed the first ball (incidentally almost whacking himself on the shin, being sadly out of practice) and launched the hostilities. Supt. Cartwright made a speech from the field in which he announced the beginning of the season. (more…)

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