Broncs To Sell $30,000 Stock
LEWISTON, Idaho, Nov. 21, 1952—Directors of the Lewiston baseball club re-elected James B. McGonigle as president Thursday and made plans for a $30,000 stock sale on their Western International League entry.
McGonigle, a local automobile dealer, will serve one year. Five directors were named for five-year terms.
The stock sale will be launched soon to complete payments for capital improvements on the ball park and to insure a second start for the 1953 season, directors said.
Lewiston replaced Tacoma in the WIL last year.