Lost Advertisements–John Evers, Gillette

19 Apr

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1908 Gillette advertisement featuring Chicago Cubs second baseman, Johnny Evers.

“Some people forget to touch second, but the Gillette touches every whisker every time out.” John J. Evers, Chicago Cubs.

“In baseball as in business, a man wins out by self-reliance, by economy of time and effort.  The men whose time is worth most shave themselves, in three minutes, the GILLETTE.”

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  1. “He Would let a Fast one hit him Square in the Chest” | Baseball History Daily - September 11, 2013

    […] Johnny Evers, in his book “Touching Second: Science of Baseball” written in 1910 with Hugh Fullerton, told a story about Bennett watching a game years after his accident: […]

  2. Lost Advertisements–Opening Day, 1911 | Baseball History Daily - March 28, 2014

    […] other “grievous error” was made by second baseman Johnny Evers “incredible as it may seem, for Johnny is often talked of as the brainiest man on the […]

  3. “I am, I Believe, more Iinclined to fear the Jinx” | Baseball History Daily - April 12, 2015

    […] 1910, Johnny Evers “wrote” an article in “Baseball Magazine” about […]

  4. Grantland Rice’s “All-Time All-Star Round up” | Baseball History Daily - August 10, 2015

    […] Rice said the competition was between Collins, Napoleon Lajoie and Johnny Evers: […]

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