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Myles Kenyon. Myles Noel Kenyon (25 December 1886 – 21 November 1960) was an English cricketer. He was born at Walshaw Hall, Bury, Lancashire, the son of James Kenyon, a prosperous woollen manufacturer and Elise (née Genth) Kenyon and educated at Eton School.
Only full-back Kris Taylor and youth team graduate Matthew Bell were not offered new contracts by Adams. Taylor moved on to Darlington and Bell signed with Mansfield Town – both Conference clubs. Defender Sutton also made the switch to Mansfield.
Starting in 1884 he studied at the University of Tübingen under Erwin Rohde (1845-98), and afterwards in Leipzig with Johannes Overbeck (1825-1895) and at Munich under Heinrich Brunn (1822-1894). From 1891 to 1893 he performed research of ancient sculpture during journeys throughout the Mediterranean region.
Thereafter, he had a successful career in engineering management and consultancy, working in several countries that he later used as settings for his stories. In 1960, while working in Rio de Janeiro, where he had lived for the previous decade, Fish submitted his first short story to Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine.
Babe Phelps dominated the offensive categories not only for the Hubs, but for the entire league as well. He set or tied the Blue Ridge League season records for at bats (466), hits (175) and extra base hits (62) while posting an equally impressive.376 batting average.