Carnival performers questioned in Easy
Breeze Motel Death
with two outs in the third. The score was again tied when Hernandez doubled leading off the seventh innning. He was sacrificed to third by a well placed bunt by Hoyle. Evans then delivered a two out single into right field to drive in the go-ahead run for the Bay-Sox. Portland regained the lead in the bottom half of the inning when Tim Appling hit his second home run of the day, a towering shot off the center field bleacher wall. Ragnosi replaced Stuart for Portland for the top of the eight, and breezed to a one-two-three inning. The Bay-Sox got even in the ninth as Ragnosi walked the first two batters. Martinez moved both runners along with a deep fly to center. Walker went down on pitches and It looked as if Ragnosi would escape with his 22nd save of the season. With the count one and two on the batter he un-corked a wild pitch allowing Zane to score from third. Whitten then hit
Lewiston - Local authorities today announced the death of Thomas Alverez Gallup, Postmaster of Moose Isle, Maine. Gallup's body was discovered this morning in room 106 of the Easy Breeze Motel on Lisbon Street in this city. Gallup was visiting Lewiston on an undisclosed "fact finding" trip, one of many such trips he was said to have taken over the last decade. Police spokesman Alan Landry said that several motel guests, including performers from Smokeys Greater Shows, were questioned in the matter. Those persons, Tina the "He-She Clown", Morgana the tatooed woman, and three unidentifieddwarfs, were released after being interviewed. No charges are pending according to Landry, but the investigation will continue.
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