Pittsburgh Press, April 9, 1915:
Reb [sic] Faber of the Whitesox, is a contortionist. He was doubling his feet back of his head and playing other tricks in the lobby of a hotel at Little Rock. “That guy don’t need to play ball,” said Happy Felsch. “He could stand on the corner and make a living.”
Hopefully Felsch didn’t need to play ball in order to make a living.
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