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Toot and tote
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For the second year, the 20-30 Club and Toot & Tote had to settle the city slow pitch softball championship between themselves. And for the second year in a row, 20-30 claimed the throne. The three-game series, played at the 200-Acre Park Monday and Wednesday, drew crowds in the 1,500 to 2,000 range and produced some exciting softball. 20-30 won the first game, 5-4, before Toot & Tote took the second game Monday, 14-10. That put the deciding game to Wednesday with 20-30 cranking out a 14-7 win. Above, Bill Walker, Toot & Tote, and DAvid Hurst display baserunning skill in action. The year of this photo is not known.
For the second year, the 20-30 Club and Toot & Tote had to settle the city slow pitch softball championship between themselves. And for the second year in a row, 20-30 claimed the throne. The three-game series, played at the 200-Acre Park Monday and Wednesday, drew crowds in the 1,500 to 2,000 range and produced some exciting softball. 20-30 won the first game, 5-4, before Toot & Tote took the second game Monday, 14-10. That put the deciding game to Wednesday with 20-30 cranking out a 14-7 win. Above, Bill Walker, Toot & Tote, and DAvid Hurst display baserunning skill in action. The year of this photo is not known.
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For the second year, the 20-30 Club and Toot & Tote had to settle the city slow pitch softball championship between themselves. And for the second year in a row, 20-30 claimed the throne. The three-game series, played at the 200-Acre Park Monday and Wednesday, drew crowds in the 1,500 to 2,000 range and produced some exciting softball. 20-30 won the first game, 5-4, before Toot & Tote took the second game Monday, 14-10. That put the deciding game to Wednesday with 20-30 cranking out a 14-7 win. Above, Bill Walker, Toot & Tote, and DAvid Hurst display baserunning skill in action. The year of this photo is not known.
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