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Gene Watson Gallery Rouman’s Candy Kitchen Baseball team of Gladstone won the U.P. Championship in 1931. Members of the team are, from left in front, Ivan Upton (center-field), Raymond Jahnke (second base and shortstop), Francis Ducheny (pitcher and outfielder), Jim Rouman (short-stop), Lloyd Ackley (infielder), and George Mathison (out-fielder); in back, Ed Olson (pitcher and right-fielder), Clarence Skogquist (second base), Joe Weingartner (left-fielder), Arthur O’Brien (third base), Raymond Meeks (first base), Kirk Swan (catcher), and Tony Stambulich (official scorer). Scores of the tournament games played at Escanaba were: Munising 1 and Roumans 14; Indees of Gladstone 4 and Roumans 12; Necos of Escanaba 1 and Roumans 8; and K.C.’s of Escanaba 3 and Roumans 4.

Gene Watson Gallery

Rouman’s Candy Kitchen Baseball team of Gladstone won the U.P. Championship in 1931. Members of the team are, from left in front, Ivan Upton (center-field), Raymond Jahnke (second base and shortstop), Francis Ducheny (pitcher and outfielder), Jim Rouman (short-stop), Lloyd Ackley (infielder), and George Mathison (out-fielder); in back, Ed Olson (pitcher and right-fielder), Clarence Skogquist (second base), Joe Weingartner (left-fielder), Arthur O’Brien (third base), Raymond Meeks (first base), Kirk Swan (catcher), and Tony Stambulich (official scorer). Scores of the tournament games played at Escanaba were: Munising 1 and Roumans 14; Indees of Gladstone 4 and Roumans 12; Necos of Escanaba 1 and Roumans 8; and K.C.’s of Escanaba 3 and Roumans 4.

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