Sport: Most Valuable

A committee of newspaper men last week voted Arthur Vance, pitcher on the Brooklyn "Dodgers," "most valuable to his team" of all players in the National Baseball League. In the American League, Pitcher Johnson of Washington was so voted (TIME, Sept. 22).

Vance, called "Dazzy" from the dazzling velocity of his pitches, was acquired by the New York "Yankees" in 1917 for a pittance paid a very minor league team. His arm, developed in boyhood by farmwork in Nebraska, went bad; he was released. In 1920, the arm recovered. In the past season,...

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