Format Film, Video
Contributors Collins, Arthur
Jones, Clarence
Wolff, Dave
Dates 1911
Subjects Popular Songs of the Day
Progressive Era to New Era
Songs and Music
Sports and Leisure
That baseball rag [illustrated]
Contributor Names
Collins, Arthur -- 1864-1933 (vocalist)
Wolff, Dave (lyricist)
Jones, Clarence (composer)
Subject Headings
-  Popular Songs of the Day
-  Songs and Music
-  Sports and Leisure
-  Progressive Era to New Era (1900-1929)
-  Audio track from online Jukebox. 3332 (General)
-  Photos used: [President Woodrow Wilson throwing out the first ball, opening day, 1916] ( ) -- Baseball fans - at Polo Grounds, N.Y. April 12, 1911 ( -- Bugs Raymond, New York Giants, baseball card portrait ( -- [Oscar Stanage/Edgar Summers, Detroit Tigers, baseball card portrait] ( -- [Orval Overall/James P. Archer, Chicago Cubs, baseball card portrait] ( -- [Out at third,baseball card portrait] ( -- Female baseball player ( -- [Tex Erwin, Brooklyn Dodgers, baseball card portrait] ( ) -- [John Peter "Honus" Wagner, shortstop, Pittsburgh, National League] ( ) -- [Clarence "Pants" Rowland, manager of the Chicago White Sox, (right) talks with his pitcher, Eddie Cicotte, (left) in the dugout during a game] ( ) -- Guy Harris "Doc" White, pitcher for the Chicago American League, throwing ball ( -- [Tyrus Raymond Cobb, Detroit AL (baseball)] ( ) -- [Frank Gilhooley, baseball player with the New York Yankees, swings his bat at home plate] ( -- Ball's-eye view of a home run ( -- [Eddie Murphy, batting for Philadelphia AL, Apr. 15, 1914 (baseball)] ( ) -- [Chas. F. Dooin/Michael Doolan, Philadelphia Phillies, baseball card portrait] ( ) -- [Edward Sweeney/Russell Ford, New York Highlanders, baseball card portrait] ( ). (Content)
-  Matrix: B13420-2 (source note)
-  Recorded on June 12, 1913 (date)
1 video ; 3 min.
Music Division
Other Formats
LC Classification
Victor 17377

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