1937 ALL-STAR BASEBALL GAME The 1937 Major League Baseball All-Star Game features notables like Babe Ruth in the stands and President Roosevelt tossing out the first ball. From there the attention is all on the players as the American League defeats the National League 8-3.
OPENING DAY OF BASEBALL SEASON President Roosevelt throws out the first ball officially opening the 1936 baseball season before 25,000 fans in Washington DC. The Senators beat the Yankees. In New York City the Giants beat Brooklyn. Babe Ruth waves at the fans from the stands.
Date: 1936 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:36:00, No Audio
MANUAL VS. ERASMUS H.S. FOOTBALL Erasmus High and Manual Training meet for a fierce game of high school football. Col. Walter Jeffreys Carlin of the Brooklyn Board of Education throws out the ball to start the game.
GROUND VIEW GOLF INSTRUCTION Golf instructor Eddy Nunn crouches behind a wire screen to get a ground view of his pupils hitting the ball so he can easily detect and correct any mistakes. Nunn POV of the golf ball coming straight at him.
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