~gpyber 8, 1971
Statement of Senator Mike Mansfield (D. Montana)
Billings. Montana Salutes Mr. BaSeball
Mr. President, tomorrow millions of Americans will be preoccupied
with one of the greatest sports events, the World Series. The people
of Montana will have a special interest as one of the outstanding pitchers
of the Baltimore Orioles is a Billings, Montana bo~·. Dave McNally,
The City of Billings over the years has had an unusual interest and
has given great support to local sports. Billings has one of the finest
American Legion teams due in large part to its coach, Ed Bayne. Ed Bayne
is Mr. Baseball to the people of eastern Montana. Just recently the City
of Billings celebrated "Ed Bayne Day." Many old friends, ex-players,
admirers and civic leaders turned out to pay tribute to his many years of
service to baseball and the young people of Montana's largest city.
I wish to take this opportunity to publicly add my congratulations
to Ed Bayne and his wife, Marcie. The Baynes will be in the east for the
World Series as a part of the recognition to him for his many years of
service to baseball •.
Mr •. President, I ask unanimous consent to have an article from the
Billings Gazette, September 27, 1971, printed at the conclusion of my re..m arks.·
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Mike Mansfield Papers, Series 21, Box 47, Folder 66, Mansfield Library, University of Montana
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