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June 3, 2021

100 Years Ago

June 2, 1921

G.W. Mosberger was in Sundance Thursday and announced that a sheepherders’ picnic will be held on Houston creek the last Sunday in June, to which all are invited.

Whether or not Babe Ruth is a real batter will not be determined until he plays on the Sundance diamond. It is suspected that his many circles are made when the ball is lost over a fence. There are no fences on the Sundance diamond – we use Sundance Mountain instead. Then put Skinny Dudrey in right, Ben Lazelle of Spearfish in center, and Quarnberg of Belle Fourche in left – Babe wouldn’t make a...



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