Harvard played its final game of the 1911 baseball season the day after graduation. With Harvard up 4 – 1 and one out to go, team captain and star pitcher Charles B. “Chick” McLaughlin called time, for a substitution at first base.
I was born in New Kensington, Pa., and grew up in Creighton, across the river. My father was a glass worker at the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. My mother worked for the county. I studied art education at Youngstown State, then at Carnegie Mellon.
Sub HeadingA life’s recounting in the subject’s own words