BORN WILLIAM MORLEY JENNINGS. Professional baseball player in 1913. Played second base for the Washington Senators.
Week ending March 27, 1913: "Reports are coming in to this city from the southeast to the effect that Morley Jennings, the Albion boy who is trying out for a regular berth on the Washington team of the American League, is making an excellent impression upon the club owners and may possibly secure a regular job with the Senators. He is playing under the nom de plume of Bill Morley, which he used last season with the Knoxville team of the Appalachian League, from which he was drafted by Washington.
Albion, Michigan 100 Years Ago - March 1913
Morning Star, Albion, Michigan, March 3, 2013, pg. 3
By Frank Passic (submitted by contributor Fraya Bushong Weiss)
Veteran - WW I
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