Harris, Stanley

Harris, (Stanley Raymond) “Bucky”

(1896–1977) baseball player/manager; born in Port Jervis, N.Y. As an outstanding second baseman for the Washington Senators, he was made a player-manager in 1924 at age 27, earning him the title of "boy wonder." During his 29 years as manager (1924–56), mostly with the Senators and Detroit Tigers, he won three league pennants and two world championships. He was elected to baseball's Hall of Fame in 1975.
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Clammy Cold War tension from James B Harris, Stanley Kubrick's producer on Dr Strangelove.
Views: clockwise from top left, Kyle Rees, Michael Mobberley, Stan and Janina Harris, Stanley and Carol Cash and Adam Jones.
It features the Whites, blues whiz Chris Thomas King (who played Tommy Johnson in ``O, Brother''), a cappella field holler fivesome the Fairfield Four (making a sublimely apt sartorial statement by wearing bib overalls under their tux jackets), the little Peasall Sisters and the Nashville Bluegrass Band, along with Harris, Stanley and Krauss' outfit.