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POPULAR A ROUND CIRCUIT IS THE CRACKER SHORTSTOP
Besides Being One of the Greatest Infielders in the League, Count Castro Is the Comedian Among Dixie Athletes.
The Atlanta Constitution (1881-1945) - Atlanta, Ga.
Date: Aug 25, 1907
Start Page:C2
Pages:1
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There is no player in the Southern League today more universally liked than Count Louis Castro, the Atlanta shortstop, and this popularity is due in a great measure to the never-ceasing

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