Babe ruth death

Scene from "Howards End" Dialogue of Henry Wilcox "Ruth’s last wish when she dies is scribbled on a piece of scrap paper on her death bed: Howards End should go to her new friend, Miss Margaret Schlegel." Her husband Henry and children are understandably baffled by this request, and a little angry. " Why would she leave the house to someone outside the family?"  Her daughter Evie rips the paper up and tosses it into the fire.

Scene from "Howards End" Dialogue of Henry Wilcox "Ruth’s last wish when she dies is scribbled on a piece of scrap paper on her death bed: Howards End should go to her new friend, Miss Margaret Schlegel." Her husband Henry and children are understandably baffled by this request, and a little angry. " Why would she leave the house to someone outside the family?" Her daughter Evie rips the paper up and tosses it into the fire.

When Babe Ruth returned to Yankee Stadium to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its opening. this was only 2 months before he lost a battle with throat cancer. June 13, 1948

When Babe Ruth returned to Yankee Stadium to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its opening. this was only 2 months before he lost a battle with throat cancer. June 13, 1948

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Ruth 1948 April. This Day in History: Two legends die - 1948: Babe Ruth & 1977: Elvis Presley

Ruth 1948 April. This Day in History: Two legends die - 1948: Babe Ruth & 1977: Elvis Presley

Did you know that Hank Aaron was able to break Babe Ruth's long-standing home run record despite receiving death threats and racist hate mail? Over his career he scored 755 home runs to Ruth's 714.

Did you know that Hank Aaron was able to break Babe Ruth's long-standing home run record despite receiving death threats and racist hate mail? Over his career he scored 755 home runs to Ruth's 714.

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Three months before his death from cancer, good field, great-hit Yankee outfielder Babe Ruth, 53, donated his papers to Yale University. Accepting them in New Haven, Connecticut, on June 5, 1948, was the captain of the Eli team. Perhaps the first baseman, 23, knew his own scouting report (good field, no hit); George H.W. Bush chose a game other than baseball.

Three months before his death from cancer, good field, great-hit Yankee outfielder Babe Ruth, 53, donated his papers to Yale University. Accepting them in New Haven, Connecticut, on June 5, 1948, was the captain of the Eli team. Perhaps the first baseman, 23, knew his own scouting report (good field, no hit); George H.W. Bush chose a game other than baseball.

About a month after Ruth’s death in Sept 1948, “The Babe Ruth Story,” a film by Allied Artists starring William Bendix, was released to theaters. Bendix is shown above in a 1948 back-page magazine ad attired in his Babe Ruth outfit, singing the praises of Chesterfield cigarettes. It appears he is also holding a Babe Ruth-monogrammed “Louisville Slugger” baseball bat.

About a month after Ruth’s death in Sept 1948, “The Babe Ruth Story,” a film by Allied Artists starring William Bendix, was released to theaters. Bendix is shown above in a 1948 back-page magazine ad attired in his Babe Ruth outfit, singing the praises of Chesterfield cigarettes. It appears he is also holding a Babe Ruth-monogrammed “Louisville Slugger” baseball bat.

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