Religion: Batter to Altar

Last month George Herman ("Babe") Ruth resigned from the Boston Braves, calling its owner, Judge Emil Fuchs, a "double-crosser" (TIME, June 10). Last week Judge Fuchs lost another player, Second Baseman Edward Moriarity who had just graduated from Holy Cross College. On its championship team he had been captain and second baseman, with a batting average of .486. In a week of play for the Braves, Moriarity batted .324, showed promise as a fielder. Then he abruptly resigned. Calling no names, Batter Moriarity announced he hoped to...

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