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Sept. 14 in history

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Sept. 14, 1925 - Reformatory Nine loses to Stillers: The Stillers closed a successful baseball season Saturday, by defeating the Reformatory team by the score of 9-8. It was nip and tuck affair, both teams alternating with the lead, which the Stillers maintained after the sixth inning.

Kaye started the twirling but was relieved in the seventh inning by Villiesse, who held the inmates hitless for the balance of the game, only one man reaching first base.

The Stillers collected a total of 14 hits including two three baggers by Becker brothers and a two bagger by Boehm. Newton for the inmates hit a terrific fly ball in the second inning that hit the left field enclosure on the top and bounced out of the grounds for a home run scoring a runner ahead of him.

Some sparkling plays were pulled on both sides the features being four double plays by the Stillers.

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