1936 WORLD SERIES GAME ONE Giants win the World Series opening game. The "Nickel" World Series gets under way in a downpour of cold, drenching rain, but Fifty-five thousand fans brave the weather to watch the Giants batter the Yankees into submission to the tune of 6 to 1. Babe Ruth watches from the stands.
Date: 1936 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:03:39:00, No Audio
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.
1938 ALL-STAR GAME Lots of shots from the 1938 All-Star Game at Cincinnati's Crosley Field, photographed on the field level and from the press box. New York Giant slugger Mel Ott hits some balls during batting practice. Youthful Joe DiMaggio talks to a civilian near the batting cage. Clown Prince of Baseball Al Schacht, in hobo outfit and cleats, performs some comedy pitching. Ott talks to a reporter. Reporters at work in the press box are seen in a panning shot. An announcer watches the game through binoculars as he broadcasts. Most of the game footage is too overexposed to decipher.
1938 COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME Hudreds pack the stands to watch their favorite football teams battle it out on the field. There are plenty of tumbles and falls but one speedy player makes it through the ruckus to reach the end zone unhindered.
1938 COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME - 2 The stands are packed for a 1938 football game between unknown teams. The game features plenty of tackles and daring passes as each side works for that elusive touchdown.
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