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July 23, 2012


Dan O'Brien

Washington Post—June 27, 1905, page 8
“Rube” Waddell was advertised to pitch for the Murray Hills in New York on Sunday, but the “Rube” spent the day quietly in Washington. That's the only way one could spend it here.

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