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Full name Newbold Etting
Born August 23, 1863, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Died February 8, 1914, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (aged 50 years 169 days)
Major teams American Born, Philadelphians
Batting style Right-hand bat
MR. NEWBOLD ETTING, who died in Philadelphia on December 8, visited England as a member of the Philadelphia team of 1889, for which side he scored 175 runs with an average of 10.93. He was born in Philadelphia on August 23, 1893, and was described as: A very hard hitter; a fine field anywhere. For the Merion C.C. he made many good scores, including 113 v. Philadelphia in 1888, 108 v. Belmont in 1890, and 136 v. St. David in 1893. In 1888 he toured the West Indies with a United States team; but met with little success.
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