November 1932

"Hold That Line!"

Volume 17, Issue 3

For many years baseball occupied the spot light in the military and naval service of the United States as the major sport of organized teams. Baseball was the great national game and from the sand lots and public school play grounds came the aspirants to the honors in the game on the college nines and later in the professional teams that made up the various leagues which spread over the country.

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