The series continued and the Philadelphia Athletics became World Series champions, winning four games to one. If one couldn’t follow the games at Neahwa Park, the actual game films were shown at The Oneonta Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1913. All seats were 10 cents, “no higher,” and five cents for children.
On Monday: A famous poet and part time Cherry Valley resident visited Oneonta for the second time in 1978.
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