“Factory Cagers in Close Tilts” – 1946, R.I.A.A. Industrial League


Source:  Rockford Register-Republic Nov. 20, 1946

Ebaloy Wins in 14-Inning Game – July 1945



Source:  Rockford Morning Star July 21, 1945

Rockford Sports News and Entertainment Guide – 11/30/1948

Rockford Sports 11-30-48

Source: Rockford Sports News and Entertainment Guide 11/30/1948, Vol. 5, No. 48

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“R.I.A.A. Loop Resumes Play” – 7-15-1956, Softball

R.I.A.A. Loop Resumes Play

Source:   Rockford Morning Star July 15, 1956

Rockford Industrial Athletic Association – 1947

Rockford Industrial Athletic Association

1947 Ingersoll: Peterson and Clausen

1947 Anderson Brothers: Yeager and Crowley

1947 Meyers: Coons, White and Rainey

1947 Roper: McCrudden, Allen and Hearns

1947 Rockford Furniture: Anderson

1947 Nylint Toy: Cancelose and Seaberg

1947 O & H Foundries: Dumchoski and Savitski

1947 Ekstrom-Carlson: Hogland and Balcitis

1947 Greenlee: Orville Lindquist and Muzzarelli

1947 Contour Hosiery: D. Murray, Rathke and Steigler

1947 Ebaloy: Casico and Casico

1947 Rockford Drop Forge: Haeggquist and Berglund

1947 J. L. Clark: Swenson, Melquist and Schmidt

1947 Joseph Behr: Yeagle and Behling

1947 Mattison: Rinaldo, Pegoraro, Ivan Johannes

1947 Amerock: Rydholm and Garnhart

1947 Mechanics: Stewart and Saudargus

1947 Sundstrand: Stonis, Kuhl and Scrogston


Source: Rockford Morning Star, 07/16/1947

Rockford Industrial Athletic Association

Rockford Industrial Athletic Association

1944 Companies and top players:

National Lock:  R. Anderson and Berglund

Barber-Colman: Schulte and Augustine

Mechanics Universal: Powers and Swineheart

Greenlee: Nelson and Muzzarelli

Ingersoll: Spitz and Baraunaski

Roper: Perry and Buckman

J. L. Clark: Siffren and Branca

Rockford Screw Products: Savitski, Coletta and Dwarf

Ebaloy: Giviong and Guagliardo

Mattison: Hecker and Marzalek


Source: Rockford Morning Star, 07/23/1944