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Ford Motor Signs Babe Ruth For Legion Baseball
Babe Ruth Sets ‘Em Up On Movie Set
Babe Ruth, left, baseballs all-time home-run king, gets a light from Benson Ford after signing as a consultant to the Ford Motor Company in connection with its participation in the American Legion Junior Baseball Program. The babe has just recovered from a serious
The famous King of Swat makes a new kind of hit on the Hollywood movie set where the film, "The Babe Ruth Story", depicting his interesting career is being made. as he serves a couple of long cold ones to two of the actors in the picture which he is supervising.
Pictured at 25th anniversary of the opening of Yankee Stadium were these former baseball "greats": Front, I. to r., Jones, Schang, Mays, Witt, Hoffman, McNally. Rear, I. to r., Haines, Hoyt, Pipgras, Bush, Roettget, Babe Ruth, Meusel, Dugan, Pipp and Smith. Ruth's No.3 will never be worn by another player.
1 and 2; Youngsters by the countless thousands parade past the bier of George Herman Ruth, "Mr. Baseball" as the body of the beloved Home Run King rests in the rotunda of Yankee Stadium, N.Y. 3. Mrs. Ruth, flanked by her daughter, Mrs. Richard Flanders and husband, pass casket. A cancer of the throat struck out The Babe for the last time.
Babe Ruth Scores Again
Mrs. Ruth accepts an original painting of her famous husband, done by William Metcalf and title "C'mon Kid", which will feature a 1950 calendar by Brown & Bigelow. Behind picture is Paul Kerr, representing Baseballs Hall of Fame, and, right, is S.W. Rindfleisch of the calendar company.
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The mighty "Colossal of Swat" has the best wishes of America's baseball fans as he leaves a New York hospital where he was confined for 3 months following a serious neck operation. The famous home run kind is accompanied by Agnes Kavanaugh, his nurse.