Title card - Carl Hubbell demonstrates his famous "screw-ball"
Adv - Independent - Counsel - Law
The Independent Counsel law is set to expire tonight in Washington.
New York Giants Spring Training
Shots of the New York Giants during spring training featuring pitcher Carl Hubbell, homerun hitter Mel Ott, player-manager Bill Terry and other players. DOC - 1930's - B/W
3/08/65 A0013638 THE FOLLOWING WERE SERVICED SUNDAY 3/7/65 BY UPINEWSFILM: NXT10 CASA GRANDE, ARIZONA - GIANTS UNDERGO SPRING TRAINING. NX 31502 "GIANTS TRAIN" SHOWS: (1) SIGN 2 SECS; (2) LINEUP 4; (3) PEPPER GAME 5; (4) CEPEDA 9; (5) HUBBEL & SA
3/08/65 A0013638 THE FOLLOWING WERE SERVICED SUNDAY 3/7/65 BY UPINEWSFILM: NXT10 CASA GRANDE, ARIZONA - GIANTS UNDERGO SPRING TRAINING. NX 31502 "GIANTS TRAIN" SHOWS: (1) SIGN 2 SECS; (2) LINEUP 4; (3) PEPPER GAME 5; (4) CEPEDA 9; (5) HUBBEL & SANFORD 4; (6) CU HUBBEL 2; (7) SANFORD PITCHES 5; (8) GARABALDI PITCHES 7; (9) MARICHAL 8; (10) O'DELL 5; (11) BAILY 9; (12) MAYS BATS 7; (13) MCCOVEY BATS 7. (44 FT - 1:14, SHOT 3/5/65) CEPEDA, ORLANDO SANFORD, JACK HUBBEL, CARL CARABALDI, BOB MARICHAL, JUAN O'DELL, BILLY BAILTY, ED NAYX, WILLIE MCCOVEY, WILLIE SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS BBTEAM BASEBALL - 1965 ALLAN / 160 FT / 16 - NEG / D6535
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Nat'l League Stars Lose To Americans in Charity Ball Game
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New York Giants‰۪ Carl Hubbell
1933 ALL AMERICAN BASEBALL TEAM - HD
In baseball, Babe Ruth chooses players for the 1933 All American team. The players include Charles Gehringer, Joe Cronin, Al Simmons, Jimmy Foxx, Chuck Klein, Wally Berger, Bill Dickey, Pie Traynor, and pitchers Carl Hubbell and Earl Whitehill. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
New York Yankees defeat the New York Giants 8-1 in game one of 1937 Baseball World Series.
Film with highlights from game one of baseball's 1937 World Series between the New York Yankees and New York Giants. Shots of 60,000+ spectators attending the game at Yankee Stadium. In fifth inning, #23 Jimmy Ripple of the Giants singles. #6 Johnny McCarthy singles, sending Ripple to third. Yankees pitcher Lefty Gomez gets the Giants' Burgess Whitehead to hit into a double play but Ripple scores, giving Giants 1-0 lead. Shot of crowd standing. Yankee player hits single. Giants' pitcher Carl Hubbell winds up and throws. The Yankees' Joe DiMaggio slashes hit to center field with bases loaded; two runs score and DiMaggio slides safely into second. Former heavyweight boxing champion Jack Dempsey watches the game through mesh fence. Yankee hitter Bill Dickey takes a ball. Dickey hits a single, scoring a run and moving up other runners. Yankees' George Selkirk hits single, scoring two more runs. #10 Harry Gumbert now pitching for Giants. Ground ball by Tony Lazzeri scores another run for Yankees. Gumbert walks Red Rolfe with the bases loaded, giving the Yanks their seventh run of the inning. Giants finally get last out of the inning, walk off field. In eighth inning, Lazzeri comes to bat against Giants pitcher Al Smith. Lazzeri hits home run, trots around bases, shakes hand of batboy at home plate. Final score is 8-1 Yankees. Fans walk onto field at end of the game. Location: New York United States USA. Date: October 6, 1937.
Baseball; pennant winners
Mayor O'Brien greets NY Giants baseball players Mel Ott, Carl Hubbell, manager Terry, former manager McGraw, congratulates them on winning National League pennant; car arrives at NYC city hall steps; crowd; Mayor O'Brien greets players, words on soundtrack; crowd, umbrellas; former NY Giant manager John McGraw speaks, says he hopes Giants will win World Series, words onsoundtrack; Bill Terry speaks of thrill of winning pennant, hopes of defeating Washington Senators in World Series, words on soundtrack; Terry intros Hal Schumacher, Mel Ott, Blondy Ryan, Carl Hubbell;
September 30, 1936 MS Starting pitchers Carl Hubbell (Giants) and Red Ruffing (Yankees) shake hands before opening of World Series game / Polo Grounds, New York City, New York, United States
September 30, 1936 MS Starting pitchers Carl Hubbell (Giants) and Red Ruffing (Yankees) shake hands before opening of World Series game / Polo Grounds, New York City, New York, United States
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Baseball World Hails Players Chosen For 1933 All-America Team
WILLIE MAYS
ORIG. COLOR 500'SOF / MAG. CUT STORY: CU OF WILLIE MAYS HITTING SINGLE. GOES TO 1ST BASE. UMPIRE HALTS GAME CROWDS STAND & CHEER. MAYS IS PRESENTED WITH THE BALL WITH WHICH HE HIT HIS 3000TH BASE HIT AND TIED A RECORD. HE IS CON- GRATULATED BY FORMER PLAYERS STAN MUSIAL, CARL HUBBEL AND MONTE IRVIN, AND RETURNS TO RESUME GAME AS CROWD CHEERS. VS OF STANDING CROWDS, CHEERING & CHANTING. " WE WANT WILLIE. " MORE OF MAYS AT BAT. PULL BACK TO SHOW NIGHT LIGHT AND FIELD OF PLAYERS. REAR VIEW OF MAYS KNEELING, WAITING TO BAT. MORE OF MAYS AT BAT. CU'S OF A LATIN MUSIC GROUP PLAYING. BEAUTIFUL SHOTS OF THE NIGHT LIGHTS. GREAT SHOT FROM OUTSIDE STADIUM OF THE LIGHTS AND SWIRLING SMOKE AND DUST OVER THE STADIUM LOOKS LIKE FOG. SILS OF GAME, CROWDS, PRESENTATION, PLAYERS IN DUG-OUT. CI: SPORTS: BASEBALL. PERSONALITIES: MAYS, WILLIE. PERSONALITIES: MUSIAL, STAN. PERSONALITIES: HUBBEL, CARL. PERSONALITIES: IRVIN, MONTE. MUSIC: BANDS: LATIN. BUILDINGS: STADIUMS.
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Pitchers Bob Feller, Carl Hubbell photo-op
Baseball players train in northern U.S. states during World War II, 1943
Newsreel clip entitled "Ball Players Train in North" shows major league baseball teams holding spring training in 1943. Teams were not allowed to travel south to Florida because of World War 2 travel restrictions. First part of clip shows men (presumably baseball players) riding in a horse and buggy along a tree-lined road. Giants seen running on field and meeting with manager and Hall of Fame outfielder Mel Ott. Players pose for camera, all wearing long sleeves. Closeup of Giants Hall of Fame pitcher Carl Hubbell. Giants players seen throwing at posters of Benito Mussolini, Adolf Hitler and Hideki Tojo -- Leaders of the Axis powers during the war. Players look at the posters after throwing; note patriotic war patch on Giant player's sleeve. Clip shifts to Washington Senators training camp the same year. Coach and renowned baseball clown Nick Altrock leads players in warmup drills. Players warm up in outfield, near what looks like a heating plant. Closeup of Senators pitcher Dutch Leonard throwing. Closeup of Senators owner Clark Griffith (in overcoat) talking with manager Ossie Bluege. Closeup of Bluege. Players marvel over of 7-foot player Richard Ahrens, who was signed by the Senators that spring as a possible publicity stunt; he never appeared in a minor or major league game. Washington players pretend to warm themselves up by small campfire on the field. Another shot of Altrock. (Note: There is no indication where these clips were taken but the Giants trained in Lakewood, New Jersey that spring and the Senators trained in College Park, Maryland. ) Location: College Park Maryland USA. Date: March 19, 1943.
New York Giants baseball team spring training in Baton Rouge
Title card: "Baseball - Terrymen Start Spring Training" / New York Giants baseball players warming up with game of leap frog / Giants manager Bill Terry watches, hands on hips / Giants pitchers warm up / close up Carl Hubbell with ball & glove
SPORTS; 1951
12:45:20:00,Crowd outside old ballpark, Crowds in stands, Artie Neff, Rube Marquand, Griover Cleveland Alexander, Frank "Home Run" Baker, Al Schacht, Wilbert Robertson, Miller Huggins, Joe McCarthy, Pie Traynor, Frankie Fisch, Charlie Goeringer, Carl Hubbell, Mickey Cochrane, Jimmy Foxx, Mel Ott, Ted Williams Grand Slam 1942 All Star Game, John McGraw at spring training 1917, Christy Matthewson, Matthewson in Army uniform, Ty Cobb gets hit, Cobb in parade, Ty Cobb, Connie Mack, & Edisson, Honus Wagner in 1932 talks about baseball, Walter Johnson at his 1926 farewell, Umpire Bill Klem in game, Klem talks about umpiring, Joe E. Brown umps at first base, Brown pitches in White Sox uniform, Bob Feller graduates high school, Feller strikes out Hank Greenberg, Peppe (?) Martin single, Peppe Martin Day, Joe DiMaggio signs autographs, DiMaggio double, Casey Stengel, Joe DiMaggio Day, Connie Mack signs balls, Connie Mack parade, Lou Gehrig, Lou Gehrig Day & speech, Babe Ruth hugs Gehrig, Ruth pitches in Red Sox uniform, Ruth hits home run, Ruth acts in movies, Ruth in sweat box/sauna-thingy, Ruth signs autographs, Babe Ruth Day 1948
LOU GEHRIG AND JIMMIE FOXX
Carl Hubbell strikes out Lou Gehrig at the historic 1934 All Star game. Jimmie Foxx gets a hit and fans cheer.
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25 Yrs Ago - 1936 World Series
Paramount
Pitchers Bob Feller and Carl Hubbell
GIANTS VS. SENATORS IN WORLD SERIES - HD
The New York Giants and the Washington Senators compete in the 1933 World Series. The Giants are led by pitching aces Carl Hubbell and Hal Schumacher. Senator Goose Goslin is up to bat. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
Major League Baseball All Star Game in NY City in 1934
CU unidentified baseball player posing for photo opportunity / Baseball Commissioner Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis in stands of Polo Grounds for All-Star game/ CU Washington Senators' player and manager Joe Cronin posing for photo opportunity / from left to right Philadelphia Athletics' Jimmie Foxx, NY Yankees' Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig pose for photo opportunity / pitchers NY Giants' Carl Hubbell on left and NY Yankees' Lefty Gomez pose for photo opportunity / crowd in stands / Hubbell winds up to pitch / crowd watches / throws pitch to Ruth at bat / CU Ruth at bat / Ruth takes strike call / CU Ruth hitting foul ball / call strike three on Ruth, catcher walks towards mound and throws ball back to Hubbell / crowd in stands cheers / CU Gehrig at bat / Gehrig swings and strikes out / Hubbell winds up to throw / CU Foxx at bat / Hubbell throws / Foxx swings and strikes out / shot from behind of crowd standing and cheering as players leave field / Cardinals' Joe Medwick at bat / pitcher throws / Medwick rounds bases after hitting home run / crowd stands and cheers
Universal Newsreel Volume 33 Release 09-16 (1960) - Early Feminist
Universal Newsreels: Volume 33 Releases 09-16 Jan 28, 1960 - Feb 22, 1960 01:00:10 Jan 28- ALGERIAN CRISIS: Algiers remains in a state of siege. 01:01:49 LEATHER FASHIONS FOR SPRING. 01:02:50 JOHANSSON WINS HICKOCK BELT: Ingemar Johannson receives the 10,000 Hickoek Belt as Professional Athlete of the Year. 01:03:35 SPORTS: including MONTE CARLO RALLY / Auto Racing and 01:04:50 GOLDEN GLOVES BOXING. 01:07:05 Feb 1- ALGERIA REVOLT ENDS: right-wing Algerian settlers against DeGaulle's policies. 01:08:06 MISS CHINATOWN, U.S.A.. 01:08:59 Supersonic jet bomber's escape capsule tested. 01:09:46 Off Guam, ""Trieste"" surfaces after an historic descent into the 37,000 foot Marianas Deep. 01:10:26 SPORTS: NATIONAL SPEED SKATING: featuring Ken Bartholomew; 01:11:31 FLORIDA- Daytona Beach race / car race. 01:12:12 New York - Madison Square Garden, 53rd Millrose games, hurdle race, pole vault, Boston University's John Thomas high jump. 01:13:41 31 Feb 4- NEW ARAB-ISRAELI CLASH: Israeli retaliation against shelling from a UAR artillery battery; Tel kasir. Israeli troops marching. israeli Syrian border seen throu barbed wire. family in trench. Father holds rifle. 01:14:41 ALGERIA: The surrender of Algeria's right-wing insurgents; VS rebels barricade. CU Rebel Leader Pierre Guyard (sp?) Street scenes. 01:15:46 JAPAN MINE DISASTER in Hokkaido, Japan. VS rescuers going into mine. VS families of the victims. Miners on train inside mine. Miner carried out on stretcher. 01:16:43 POPE JOHN XXIII marks the Feast of the Purification of Mary; B&W Establishing shot of the Vatican in rome, Italy. Priests and Cardinals in processiosn. Pope John XXIII walks up to and them sits on his throne. He receives candles from representatives of various churches around the world. 01:17:27 MOTION PICTURE CODE EXPLAINED; House Hearing - Eric Johnston Praises Motion Picture Code. VS the committtee. Headon of Johnston explaining the code. 01:18:46 SPORTS: JET BOAT DEFIES RULES IN FLORIDA. New HydroJet Propulsion boat is introduced. it has no propellor or rudder and can trevel in 3 inches of water. This looks like a regualar boat and does not look like an Air Boat. 01:20:17 Feb 8- REDS WOO CASTRO - CUBA: USSR Deputy Premier Mikoyan visits Cuba; Russian Fair in Nevada: Castro Cuba Wood by Reds. VS Fidel Castro as he attends the Fair. 01:21:17 HAWAII VOLCANO RAZES VILLAGE: Daytime shots of the Puna volcano fields as the volcano erupts. VS damaged building in villages. Ocean water steams as the lava hits it. 01:22:02 VENICE ITALY: CARNIVAL PREPARATIONS - The artisans of Viareggio; Totota, paint puppets and paper machier figures so Dwight Eisenhower and Nikita Khrushchev. 01:33:51 ENGLAND: Early Feminist / Dietician Barbara Moore walks from Scotland to Land's End, Wales to prove that women can do anything men can. VS Welsh coastline. 01:23:52 WASHINGTON, DC: National Zoological Park - a rare male pygmy hippo is on exhibit at the Washington Zoo. VS elephant, rhinos, and giraffes. The Hippo was gift from the President of Liberia. 01:24:37 EGYPT: President Gamal Nasser watches a National Egyptian Youth Festival. Nasser watches Judo demonstrations, field exercises and parachute jumping by young Arab girls. 01:25:26 NEW YORK: WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB SHOW - Dogs arrive at madison Square Garden. VS dog show ring. VS purebred dogs. 01:27:03 Feb 11- IKE VISITS CAPE CANAVERAL; President Dwight Eisenhower vists the missile test center at Cape Canaveral, Florida. A new Pershing missile is unveiled. Ike meets with Generals and climbs the gentry crane. 01:28:07 ITALY: WORLD BOBSLED CHAMPIONSHIPS. VS Bobsledding tryouts by the Italian team. 01:28:58 NEW YORK: WESTMINSTER DOG SHOW FINALIST, Pekinese Champion, best in show. First Pekinese to win at the Westminster. VS winners and their owners. 01:29:50 NEW YORK: GOLDEN GLOVES SEMI-FINALS: 135-pounder vs. a heavyweight. VS boxers boxing in ring. Vince Schmo wins. Howard wins over Carr. 01:31:06 TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO: Victims of the DEPRESSION. Destitute miners and families in Pennsylvania living in caves. 01:31:35 BONDS: B&W High angle shots of women workers seated in two long rows making bonds. High speed press printing baby bonds. VS women working on the assembly line making the bonds. Franklin Roosevelt / FDR buys the first $25 bonds from Postmaster James Farley. 01:31:59 Huey Long speaks into the camera. 01:32:28 Aviator Wiley Post ready his plane, Winnie Mae. Sir Malcolm Campbell racing his car Bluebird at Daytona Beach, Florida. Great aerial shot of his car racing on the beach. His racing team carries him on their shoulders. 01:33:39 Feb 1- SAHARA A-BLAST: France explodes her first atomic bomb. Atomic bomb blast. Aerials shot of military buildings, tanks and planes. 01:34:31 Atomic bomb blast. The is the 250th detonation of an atomic bomb explosion. 01:34:54 MR. K. IN INDIA: Nikita Khrushchev visits India; He is greeted by Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Indians in traditional dress. Nehru and Khrushchev wave from open car. 01:35:37 YUGOSLAVIA: CARDINAL STEPINAC FUNERAL - At Zagreb Cathedral for the last rites. B&W exterior of Zagreb Cathedral. Interior shots of mourners visiting the open casket of Cardiinal Stepinac. His coffin is carried out. 01:36:13 NEW YORK: "OSCAR DAY" PROCLAIMED: New York Mayor Robert Wagner proclaims Academy Award Motion Picture Day in New York City at City Hall with actress, Maureen O'Hara. Shows poster for 1960 Academy Award show and artist Avrom Winfield. 01:36:51 MASSACHUSSETTS: WORLD'S LARGEST BLIMP WRECKED. Blimp at Weymouth Air Station is displayed on tarmac. 01:37:31 SPORTS: SQUAW VALLEY READY for the Olympics. VS Squaw Valley. Marines march down the slopes for prepare for the skiiers. People on ski lifts and skiing. Ice skaters. Exterior of the figure skating rink. 01:38:27 NEW YORK: Track and Field Event at Madision Square Garden. hays Jones wins hurdles. Hays Jones in the 60 yeard dash. Running of the Basxer Mile with Durell Burston and Jim Feeney. 01:40:12 Feb 18- IKE BLASTS ""DESPICABLE"" SLURS: At a White House Press Conference, President Dwight Eisenhower angrily comments on the current and bitter defense debate; "If anybody believes that I have deliberately misled the American people, I would like to tell him to his face what I think about him. This is a charge, that I think is dispicable and I have never made it against anyone in the world, and I won't as long unless he was in the bar of justice to be tried, or something that would be untolerable. This is what we have been trying to do with all our might. And I get tired of saying that defense is to be made an excuse for wasting dollars. I don't think we should have to pay one cent more than we have to. But I do say this, our defense is not only strong, but it is awesome and it is respected everywhere." 01:41:32 FLORIDA: A NEW ""NO-NEEDLE"" POLIO VACCINE IS TESTED; B&W exterior of Miami City Hall. Adult women take oral dose of the polio vaccine in Dade County, Florda. Pilots take oral does of polio cvaccine. VS Womena and school children. Children take the oral dose of the polio vaccine with its "yummy cherry flavor." 01:42:40 FALL-OUT SHELTERS: a blueprint for survival in the age of nuclear peril; Two fallout shelters re shown for public inspection by the US Government - one in Georgia and the second in Maryland. 01:43:17 ARGENTINA: 40,000 penguins move to the Southern Hemisphere. VS penguins and downy chicks. 01:44:01 SPORTS: NEW YORK GOLDEN GLOVES BOXING FINAL at Madision Square Garden. and 01:45:20 CZECHOSLOVAKIA: MOTORCYCLE SKIING. 01:46:49 Feb 22- 1960 OLYMPICS AT SQUAW VALLEY OPEN. Athletes walk in Olympic opening parade holding their national flags. Vice President Richard Nixon is in the reviewing stand. Doves of Peace are released. Olympic torch is lit. 01:48:38 BRITAIN HAILS NEW PRINCE: Celebrations for the birth of Queen Elizabeth's third child, Prince Andrew. B&W exterior of Buckingham Palace crowded by wellwisheres. Artillery is fired to celebrate birth. Pan from the White Tower at the Tower of London. Planes fly in formation. 01:49:22 Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip with Prince Charles and Princess Ann. 01:49:32 USA: The Air Force reveals ""The Quail"" a 10 foot long robot decoy to confuse enemy defenses. 01:50:16 ROME, ITALY: B&W exterior of St. Peter's Baslica at the Vatican. Pope John XXIII delivers the eulogy at a funeral Mass for Cardinal Stepinac. 01:50:58 TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO: Musselini's Italian Black Shirt Legions depart for Ethiopia in Africa. 01:51:25 Boxer Primo Guerra training with his sparring partners. 01:51:39 BAD WINTER WEATHER: VS damage from a terrible hail and sleet storm which downed telephone wires. 01:51:55 SPORTS 25 YEARS AGO TODAY: Baseball Spring Training with Dizzy Dean, Carl Hubbell and Babe Ruth. VS St Louis Cardinals. VS Detroit Tigers throwing ball. VS Giants pepper game. Manager Bill Terry. 01:52:43 Babe Ruth at bat playing with the Boston Braves at the end of his career. CU Babe Ruth winks at camera.