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 Lipman at the bat
While playing for the Atlantics during the 1870 season, Pike, at second base, took part in one of the most famous games of early baseball, when his team beat the Cincinnati Red Stockings by a score of 8 to 7.
Born in Manhattan in 1845, he was raised in Brooklyn, where he and his four siblings became enthralled in the newly-invented American game of baseball.
Pike became fed up with the corrupt Tweed management and, in 1868, returned to his first love, the Brooklyn Atlantics, then the top team in the East.
www.jewishworldreview.com /0798/lipman1.asp   (439 words)

  
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National Committee 1943-1944 _1886-1959 Walker, Frederick (Dixie) US baseball player _1910-1982 Walker, Gilbert Carlton US polit.; provisional gov. of Virginia 1869-1870; 1870-1874 _1833-1885 Walker, James US Congregational clergyman & educator; pres.
astronomer _1766-1821 Walker, Alice Malsenior US nov.; wrote novels "The Color Purple" 1982, "Possessing the Secret of Joy" 1992 _1944-- Walker, Daniel US polit.; gov. of Illinois 1973-1977 _1922-- Walker, Danton MacIntyre US journalist _1899-1960 Walker, David Shelby US polit.; gov. of Florida 1865-1868 _1815-1891 Walker, Francis Amasa US economist & educator; pres.
of Treasury 1845-1849; gov. of Kansas territory 1857 _1801-1869 Walker, Wyatt Tee US black civil rights leader; helped found Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) 1957; 1st executive director of Southern Christian Leadership Conference 1960-1964 _1929-- Wallace, Alfred Russell Eng.
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