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Victors Base Ball Club of Liberty
City Liberty  +
Club Name Victors Base Ball Club  +
Coordinates 39° 14' 46" N, 94° 25' 9" WLatitude: 39.2461138
Longitude: -94.4191177
Country United States  +
Date of Dissolution 28 July 2019 18:36:58  +
Date of Dissolution Type Day  +
Entered by Jeffrey Kittel +
First in Location Liberty, MO +
Has Source On Hand false  +
Has Supplemental Text false  +
Is Foundation Date false  +
Name Victors Base Ball Club of Liberty  +
Nine Class Senior  +
Reviewed true  +
Society Missouri Project +
Sources <p>A grand match at base-ball came o <p>A grand match at base-ball came off in this city the 29<sup>th</sup>, ult., between our two clubs – the “Olympic” and “Victor.” The “Olympic's” were most valiantly led by Capt. William N. Burris, and the “Victor's” no less so by Capt. Patrick Denning. The membership of the “Olympic” consists of the following young men – mainly College students, viz: - William N. Burris, J.B. Chiles, E.H. Miller, F. Venable, J. Austin, M.A. Miller, G. Hawkins, W. Fields, and G. Franklin. The “Victor,” is composed of the following young men of the City, viz: - Patrick Denning, William Boltwood, William Wymore, Michael Hartigan, Frank Cockrill, Henry Bishop, William Stevenson, Charles Waples, and George Nelson. Mr. A.J. Spalding, of Kearney, filled the position of Umpire with much credit to himself and general satisfaction to the players.</p> <p>The match continued for three hours, and the playing was maintained on each side with undaunted spirit and enthusiasm. The contest raged with alternate success. Until the last moment it was uncertain who would triumph. Finally victory perched upon the banners of the “Victors” by two scores – 31 and 29 – so slight a triumph as almost to take away from defeat its sting. We hear that the “Olympics” are keen for another trial of skill at an early day.</p> <p>We wish the clubs much success. It is a manly, health-imparting game, and should be encouraged. Certain pale-faced clerks and students would do well to make themselves practically acquainted with it.</p> <p>-Liberty Tribune (Liberty, Mo.), June 4, 1869</p> <p> </p> <p>A Match Game of Base Ball was played in Kearney, Mo., July 10, 1869, between the “Victors” of Liberty, and the “Star” of Kearney, which resulted in the defeat of the Star Base Ball Club.</p> <p>-Kansas City Daily Journal of Commerce, July 18, 1869</p> urnal of Commerce, July 18, 1869</p>
State MO  +
Submitted by Jeffrey Kittel +
Type Club  +
Type of Date Day  +
Has improper value forThis property is a special property in this wiki. Borough  + , Duplicate  +
Categories Clubs  + , Pre-pro  + , First in Liberty, MO  + , First in a MO City  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 28 July 2019 18:36:58  +
DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 4 June 1869  +
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