FAMOUS FACES IN EARLY BASEBALL Early baseball with President Franklin Roosevelt at a game, Babe Ruth, Grover Cleveland Alexander, Bob Shawkey, Mickey Cochrane, Charlie Grimm and Carl Hubbell with Lefty Gomez. Wearing a suit in the stands, Babe Ruth signs an autograph. 1920's-
JOE DIMAGGIO IS HONORED A fine montage of shots from a special ceremony at Yankee Stadium honoring Joe DiMaggio include him walking out of the dugout, a crowded field, him in front of a new car, and shaking hands with manager Joe McCarthy of the Red Sox.
REMEMBERING BABE RUTH Shots from Babe Ruth's funeral include his body lying in state in Yankee Stadium and his funeral procession down 5th Avenue to St. Patrick's Cathedral. Mourners include Mrs. Ruth, Connie Mack, Joe DiMaggi
BABE RUTH'S CAREER Fans cheer wildly as Babe Ruth appears for Yankee Stadium's 25th Anniversary. The Babe addresses the crowd in a gravelly voice ravaged by throat cancer. There is also a brief montage of shots from Babe's career, including homers, doubles and strikeouts
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