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At Cabaret Party
The Old Ballplayers club of Chicago and Evanston honored star White Sox outfielder Minnie Minoso last Friday evening at their eighth annual dance and cabaret party in the Packinghouse Workers hall.
Maurice Davis, recording secretary of the club, did a superlative job as commentator and emcee for the program, witnessed by a host of prominent sportsmen.
Merit awards were presented to baseball stars Ernie Banks and Al Smith, both members of the club.
MINOSO GETS TROPHY
The Club Trophy was presented to Minoso, the guest of honor.
The affair was a festive one with a program taht included, in addition to dancing to the music of Eddie King's orchestra, a solo by Marshall Reynolds of Chicago Heights; entertainment by Flash Evans and other attention-holding numbers.
Officers of the group are Albert McEndree, president; Simon Buford, first vice-president; William H. Jones, second vice-president; Larry Geron, third vice-president' and Sand Thompson, fourth vice president.
Other officers are Willie Bacon, corresponding secretary; Carter Wilson, financial secretary; Elwood DeMoss, treasurer; William Harris, auditor and William Jones, sergeant-at-arms.
Committee chairmen for the group are Bobby Anderson, public relations; William H. Jones, legislative; Joe Green, ways and means; J. H. Jefferson, sick; Joe Montgomery, welfare; Armand Tysen, youth activities and Larry Geron, social.
The membership roster includes Harold Aldridge, Ernie Carroll, George Carroll, charlie Chiles, John Clark, John Donaldson, John Dorsey, William Diver, James Enright, Edgar Felts, Eli Hall, Perry Hall, Lincoln Harmon, Walter Harper, Theodore Haynes, Fred Ivester, Thurman Jennings, Harry C. Kenyon, Henry McCall, Beusco McGuire, Nick Roberts, Wade Stepney, George Sweatt, Maurice E. Wiggins, Robert Winlock, Emmanuel Youngblood and the Rev. Morris Gordon.