I was interested in an article about the death of a man whose body was found in a burned home. The fire was not the cause of the death.
Having satisfied myself the police were on the case, I noticed a bit of material not related to the article I was reading, so I scrolled down and found something interesting hanging below the original article:
K.C. Monarchs baseball
PARSONS — Parsons Public Library will host “The Kansas City Monarchs in Our Hometown,” a presentation and discussion by Phil S. Dixon, at 2 pm Thursday, July 23, in the library multi-purpose room.
Formed in 1920, the Kansas City Monarchs revolutionized baseball. Not only were they charter members of the Negro National League and the first professional team to use outdoor lighting, but also the Monarchs sent more players to the major leagues than any other Negro League franchise. Dixon’s presentation will explore the early barnstorming days of the Monarchs and highlight great players such as Wilbur “Bullet” Rogan, Satchel Paige and Jackie Robinson.
I didn’t know that.
Why is learning something new fun when it is accidental and a bore if someone forces one to learn.
From the reaches,