By Jerry Funk
Born and raised in a small city in Minnesota, Jerry Funk moved to Texas whilst he used to be 30-years-old and there met his spouse, Gayle. With their son, Travis, the threesome moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado in 1994 to be toward the mountains that they enjoyed to ski. Jerry discovered that the mountains provided even more than snowboarding. Having chanced on the enjoyment of mountain climbing 14,000-foot peaks, he has turn into an avid hiker and climber. Jerry has labored for the U.S. Postal carrier for the earlier thirty years and is a member of the Colorado Mountain membership.
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Each picture has a dotted line to deﬁne its borders. Within are a player portrait photo, facsimile autograph, biographical details and a career summary. This year was the only year they were numbered. 1962 Baltimore Orioles News-Post Scrapbook Quite similar in format to the previous year’s Orioles scrapbook cards, the 1962 newspaper cards were also not numbered when they were published during spring training. Checklist number have been assigned alphabetically. It is not out of the realm of possibility that because the scrapbook cards were not numbered an heretofore unreported straggler may show up.
The issue was designated M131 in the American Card Catalog. Common Player: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) (30) Jimmy Austin Johnny Bates Bob Bescher Bobby Byrne Frank Chance Ed Cicotte Ty Cobb Sam Crawford Harry Davis Art Devlin Josh Devore Mickey Doolan Patsy Dougherty Johnny Evers Eddie Grant Hugh Jennings Red Kleinow Joe Lake Nap Lajoie Tommy Leach Hans Lobert Harry Lord Sherry Magee John McGraw Earl Moore Red Murray Tris Speaker Terry Turner Honus Wagner “Old” Cy.
00 1960 Baltimore Orioles News-Post Scrapbook This set of O’s cutouts was printed during spring training prior to the 1960 season, by the Baltimore News-Post buthow many per day is unknown. The pictures are printed in black-and-white in a size of about 4” by 7”. Each picture has a dotted line to deﬁne its borders. Within are a player portrait 8/13/15 3:40 PM 30 • 1961 Baltimore Orioles News-Post Scrapbook photo, facsimile autograph, biographical details and a career summary. This year was the only year they were numbered.