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    • Weiss All-Stars of Cleveland, Ohio

    • Softball; Athletics; Sports; Weiss, Alta; Weiss All-Stars;
    • Weiss All-Stars. Team member Alta Weiss, a native of Ragersville, Ohio, became a celebrity in the Cleveland area when she made her pitching debut with the all-male, semiprofessional Vermilion Independents on September 2, 1907. More than 1,200 fans...
    • Tic-tac-dough

    • Editorial cartoons; Cleveland Public Schools
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a blackboard covered in tic-tac-toe games under the heading Teachers vs. School Board. The games were played between "X's" and "$'s", but all ended without a winner-- as cat's games. The cartoon is signed and...
    • Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium; Stadiums
    • "Municipal Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio, The home of the Cleveland, Indians-largest ball park in the U.S.-seats 80,000 people--costing $4,000,000 to build. Scene of many interesting athletic events, religious, historic and patriotic pageants. An...
    • Stadium and Skyline of Cleveland, Ohio.

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Stadiums; Lakefront
    • "Stadium and skyline of Cleveland, Ohio. Cleveland's mammoth sports coliseum, designed to accommodate 110,000 guests, is the Home of the Cleveland's "Indians." The stadium is equipped with lighting where Night Baseball Games, Opera and Festivals...
    • Crowd Leaving Municipal Stadium,

    • Stadiums; Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio)
    • "Stadium. On the lakefront in downtown Cleveland. An iron and concrete structure seating 78,000 persons and costing $2,500,000. Completed in July 1931. Its great outdoor arena is suitable for baseball and football games, boxing, exhibitions, and...
    • The Arena, Cleveland, Ohio

    • Cleveland Arena; Skating rinks; Cleveland Barons; Ice hockey
    • "The Arena is Cleveland's most modern structure devoted exclusively to sports events. It is here the Cleveland hockey team, the 'Barons", play their home games. The Arena is also used for such other sport events as Roller Derbies, Wrestling, Six...
    • Jacobs Field, Cleveland

    • Jacobs Field; Baseball; Baseball fields; Gateway
    • Gateway District Cleveland, Ohio; Nighttime baseball in Cleveland brings thousands of fans downtown where exciting games are played under the lights of the 42,000 seat ballpark. touch-tone CLEVELAND ACTIVITY LINE (216) 899-1555 Convention &...
    • Municipal Stadium

    • Cleveland Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio); Baseball fields; Sports & recreation facilities; Cleveland Indians
    • "1932- 1993 Cleveland Indians" -- card front
      "Municipal Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio) Located along the shore of Lake Erie between W. 3rd St. and E. 9th St., it was the home of the Cleveland Indians from 1932 thru 1993, including the World...
    • Chagrin River Beach on Bainbridge Rd.

    • Beaches; Picnic grounds
    • "Picnic Time is Here! Have you planned your picnic for this year? Make your reservation now at Chagrin River Beach. Over 100 acres of picnic grounds, rolling hills, and green valleys situated on the Chagrin River, only 11 miles from Lee and Miles ,...
    • Richard Miller signing Cleveland Indians radio contract

    • WERE (Radio station : Cleveland, Ohio); Radio stations; Radio industry; Radio personalities; Cleveland Indians
    • "Tribe, WERE sign pact for 3 years - President Richard Miller of WERE said today that the station has signed a new three-year contract to broadcast Cleveland Indians games. The first game covered will be between the Indians and Giants, a spring...
    • Olympic greats Harrison Dillard and Jesse Owens

    • Owens, Jesse; Athletes; Dillard, Harrison; Olympics
    • "Former Olympic champs Harrison Dillard [left] and Jesse Owens." --photo verso. Owens, who grew up in Cleveland, won four gold medals in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin. Dillard, a native Clevelander, won two gold medals in the 1948 Games, held...
    • Jesse Owens in a promotional photo issued by ABC-TV

    • Owens, Jesse; Athletes; Olympics; Track and Field Sports; Plants
    • This photo depicts Jesse Owens at the 1936 Olympic Games in Germany. The top image shows Owens in mid-stride, while the second one shows him holding two potted plants. The photo was issed by ABC-TV to promote their show "The Monday Night Special:...

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