1887

Twenty-two names on this year’s ballot. Only two names, Barnes and Pike, are new. As before the number preceding the name is number of years on the ballot and the number after the name is where they ranked in the 1886 election.

3 Bob Addy
1 Ross Barnes
3 Asa Brainard 7th
3 Tom Carey
3 Jack Chapman
3 Candy Cummings 6th
3 Jim Devlin
3 Wes Fisler 9th
3 Charley Gould
3 George Hall
3 Joe Leggett 8th
2 Andy Leonard 10th
3 Dick McBride 4th
3 Cal McVey 2nd
3 Peter O’Brien
3 Dickie Pearce 3rd
1 Lip Pike
3 Tom Pratt
3 Charlie Smith
3 Jimmy Wood
3 Harry Wright 5th
3 George Zettlein


Bob’s ballot:

Once again, my ballot doesn’t change much, basically substituting Barnes for Creighton and Pike for Chapman

1. Ross Barnes
2. Joe Leggett
3. Dick McBride
4. Dickie Pearce
5. Cal McVey
6. Charley Smith
7. Jimmy Wood
8. Wes Fisler
9. Lip Pike
10. Andy Leonard


Terry’s ballot:

1. Ross Barnes
2. Dickie Pearce
3. Dick McBride
4. Joe Leggett
5. Lip Pike
6. Cal McVey
7. Charley Smith
8. Candy Cummings
9. Wes Fisler
10. Andy Leonard


Results:

With nine voters, the results for the 1887 GOR are as follows:

120 Ross Barnes
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71 Dickie Pearce
66 Cal McVey
58 Dick McBride
42 Lip Pike
29 Harry Wright
26 Candy Cummings
23 Joe Leggett
18 Asa Brainard
18 Wes Fisler
10 Charley Smith
9 Jimmy Wood
8 Jim Devlin, George Hall, Andy Leonard
6 Tom Pratt
5 Peter O’Brien
3 Bob Addy
2 Charley Gould
1 George Zettlein

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