Sport: Red Stars

Not since 1919, when it was host to the scandalous Black Sox Series, had Cincinnati put on a baseball game to equal last week's sixth annual All-Star game, grown since 1933 from a side show of Chicago's Century of Progress to Baseball's No. 2 event of the year. Cincinnatians from beer-garden waiters to socialites were excited over the game. For among the picked National League players were five Cincinnati Reds, an unprecedented number for the league's perennial tail-enders and a larger representation than that of any other club. Even more unprecedented was...

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