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Larry MacPhail Resigns As President Of Dodgers To Accept Army Commission
Firebrand Expects To Report Sunday For Armed Service Turned Defunct Brooklyn Club Into Valuable Property; Durocher May Follow Boss Resigns As Head of Dodgers
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Date: Sep 24, 1942
Start Page: 15
Pages: 1
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Brooklyn, Sept. 23.--(AP.)--L. S. (Larry) MacPhail of the firebrand of baseball for many years, resigned as president of the Brooklyn Dodgers tonight to accept a commission in the Army and said he would leave for the service Sunday.

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