Manager Billy Southworth

Marion Owen, a Sunbury resident collected clippings of Billy Southworth.  These were sold in boxes at an Auction.  Raymond Bryant bought the clippings and gave them to Polly Horn so they could be shared with all the baseball lovers. The paper is fragile and probably won't last much longer.  Here are scans, carefully put back together.
Promotes War Bonds - from Marian Whitney's WWII Scrapbook
Hometown Backs Southworth
Horseshoe from Little Brown Jug to Boston
October 6, 1948 - Day Before the First Game of the Series
Citizens of Sunbury Wait and Watch
Southworth Rates Braves' Enemies Highly
Game One of 1948 World Series
Ohio State Journal October 7, 1948
Watching the Game on Television in Boston's Commons
That's No Hooey - After Game One
Sunbury Paints the Town Red- Can't Get to Game
That's No Hooey - Game Two
Southworth Says Braves Determination Bolstered by Indian Victory
Rain and Late Trains Delay Game Three
All Sports Hall of Fame for Central Ohio sponsored by Dapper Dan Clubs
Southworth Memorial Park
Baseball Great Dies
Berliner's Tribute
The Sunbury News Tribute
Hometown Boy Remembers Billy Southworth
Baseball Hall of Fame - Miami Herald
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