Are you interested in sharing your talents with your community?
Do you have an interest in history?
Then the Whaley Historic House Museum is the place for you!
Join us on Thursday, June 13 between 10:00 am and 2:00 pm to explore the many ways that you can give back to the community by volunteering at the Whaley Historic House Museum. Volunteers and Board Members will be on hand to answer any questions you may have and provide demonstrations in gardening, restoration/maintenance, antiques care, and visitor assistance.
While you're there, don't forget to register to win a FREE birthday party at the Whaley House!
Vintage Base Ball Lingo Quiz Answers
Ace or Tally = run; crossing home base
Apple, pill, horsehide, onion = the ball
Baller, Ballist = player
Basetender = an infielder
hurler, thrower, feeder = pitcher
Bug bruiser = sharp grounder
Club, Nine = team
Cranks (or Throng) = fans
Daisy Cutter = sharp grounder
Dead = put out or batter out
Dew Drop = slow pitch
Foul tic = foul ball
Four Baser = home run
Garden = outfield
Ginger = enthusiastic play
Ground = field
Huzzah! = hooray
Leg it = run swiftly
Midfielder = center fielder
Muff or Duff = error
Muffin = enthusiastic but unskilled player
Pitcher's Point = pitcher’s mound or rubber
Player Dead = out
Pluck = fine strike or play
Rover = shortstop
Scouts = outfielders
Show a little ginger = play harder or smarter
Sky Ball, Skyer = flyball
Stinger = hard hit ball
Stir your stumps = run fast/hustle
Striker = hitter
Striker to the line = batter up
Three Hands Dead = 3 outs, side retired
Willow = bat