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The Resource Thrilling moments in sports : actual voices and sounds from the greatest events in sports history, (sound recording)

Thrilling moments in sports : actual voices and sounds from the greatest events in sports history, (sound recording)

Label
Thrilling moments in sports : actual voices and sounds from the greatest events in sports history
Title
Thrilling moments in sports
Title remainder
actual voices and sounds from the greatest events in sports history
Contributor
Performer
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
other
Cataloging source
OBgU
Form of composition
not applicable
Format of music
not applicable
Literary text for sound recordings
interviews
PerformerNote
Don Dunphy, Clem McCarthy, Mel Allen, Chris Schenkel, Marty Glickman and Russ Hodges, narrators
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1882-1962
  • 1913-1996
  • 1917-2001
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Dunphy, Don
  • McCarthy, Clem
  • Allen, Mel
  • Schenkel, Chris
  • Glickman, Marty
  • Hodges, Russ
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sports
  • Horse racing
  • Radio broadcasting of sports
  • Track and field
  • Football
  • Boxing
  • Baseball
  • Athletes
Label
Thrilling moments in sports : actual voices and sounds from the greatest events in sports history, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Broadcast interviews and events in sports
  • Detailed contents list on container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
spoken word
Content type code
  • spw
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Boxing. Jack Dempsey tells of winning championship from Jess Willard at Toledo (1919) ; Jack Dempsey tells about the famous long count in bout with Gene Tunney for World Championship (1927). Gene Tunney recalls his reactions to referee tolling off the count ; Joe Louis wins heavyweight title from James Braddock (1937). Joe Louis wins decision over Tommy Farr and the loser comments after the fight (1937) ; Louis knocks out Schmeling avenging his previous knockout defeat at the hands of the German. After the fight, both Louis and Schmeling give comments as to what happened (1938) ; Tony Galento makes boast that he'll win title from Louis, but after being knocked out, he has other comments (1939) ; Billy Conn tries to wrest the title from Louis but retires from the ring after getting knocked out for the second time (1946) ; Tami Mauriello lasts one round and talks about getting careless with the champion (1946) ; Jersey Joe Walcott just misses beating the Champ as Louis wins a split 15-round decision (1947) ; Famed sportswriter Grantland Rice sees the end of the road for the Champion ; Rocky Marciano knocks out Louis and the great champion's ring career is ended (1951) (Dunphy) -- Football. Knute Rockne gives pep talk to his Notre Dame team (1925) ; Roy Riegels tells how he ran wrong way in Rose Bowl (1929) ; Sportscaster Harry Wismer has difficulty knowing when the Army-Navy game is over (1951) ; Pearl Harbor announcement in middle of New York Giants-Brooklyn Dodgers football game (1941). Connie Mack and Babe Ruth tell of other meetings with the Japanese (1942) (McCarthy) --
  • Racing. Whirlaway wins Kentucky Derby (1941) ; Citation wins Kentucky Derby (1948) ; Native Dancer wins Travers (1953) (McCarthy) ; The greatest match horse race of all time- War Admiral against Seabiscuit (Dunphy) -- Baseball. Babe Ruth promises hospitalized kids he'll hit a home run for them (1929) ; Carl Hubbell describes strikeouts of five great American League sluggers in succession at 1934 All-Star Game ; Babe Ruth retires (1935) ; Johnny Vandermeer of Cincinnati after pitching second successive no-run, no-hit game (1938) ; Lou Gehrig tribute at Yankee Stadium on July 4, 1939 ; Description of Lavagetto breaking up Bill Beven's no-hit World Series game in ninth inning of 1947 Series and winning game for Dodgers ; Description of Gionfriddo making spectacular catch of DiMaggio's bid for home run in same series (1947) ; Babe Ruth, dying of cancer, says his good-byes in tribute at Yankee Stadium (1948) ; Bobby Thompson's miraculous home run to beat the Dodgers in 1951 play-off game for right to meet the Yankees in World Series (Allen) ; Dressing-room interviews Bobby Thompson of N.Y. Giants who hit the home run and Ralph Branca of the Brooklyn Dodgers who pitched the ball when the Giants beat the Dodgers in the play-off game for the 1951 pennant. Others heard in the dressing room are Bill Rigney, Eddie Stankey and Eddie Brannick of the N.Y. Giants and Duke Snider and Roy Campanella of the Dodgers ; Don Larsen on the N.Y. Yankees pithces the classic World Series game- a no-run, no-hit performance against the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956 (Schenkel) -- Track. Vice President Curtis opens 1932 Olympics ; Adolph Hitler opens 1936 Games ; Jesse Owens after winning four Gold Medals (1936) (Glickman) ; The description of the 1500-meter Olympic run of 1936- one of the most fantastic broadcasts ever aired (Hodges) ; Josy Barthel after his 1500-meter Olympic victory (1952) ; Roger Bannister breaks four-minute mile (1954) (Glickman)
Control code
13203087
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
1 sound disc
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Lccn
94750789
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono.
Publisher number
HL 7443
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Thrilling moments in sports : actual voices and sounds from the greatest events in sports history, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Broadcast interviews and events in sports
  • Detailed contents list on container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
monaural
Content category
spoken word
Content type code
  • spw
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Boxing. Jack Dempsey tells of winning championship from Jess Willard at Toledo (1919) ; Jack Dempsey tells about the famous long count in bout with Gene Tunney for World Championship (1927). Gene Tunney recalls his reactions to referee tolling off the count ; Joe Louis wins heavyweight title from James Braddock (1937). Joe Louis wins decision over Tommy Farr and the loser comments after the fight (1937) ; Louis knocks out Schmeling avenging his previous knockout defeat at the hands of the German. After the fight, both Louis and Schmeling give comments as to what happened (1938) ; Tony Galento makes boast that he'll win title from Louis, but after being knocked out, he has other comments (1939) ; Billy Conn tries to wrest the title from Louis but retires from the ring after getting knocked out for the second time (1946) ; Tami Mauriello lasts one round and talks about getting careless with the champion (1946) ; Jersey Joe Walcott just misses beating the Champ as Louis wins a split 15-round decision (1947) ; Famed sportswriter Grantland Rice sees the end of the road for the Champion ; Rocky Marciano knocks out Louis and the great champion's ring career is ended (1951) (Dunphy) -- Football. Knute Rockne gives pep talk to his Notre Dame team (1925) ; Roy Riegels tells how he ran wrong way in Rose Bowl (1929) ; Sportscaster Harry Wismer has difficulty knowing when the Army-Navy game is over (1951) ; Pearl Harbor announcement in middle of New York Giants-Brooklyn Dodgers football game (1941). Connie Mack and Babe Ruth tell of other meetings with the Japanese (1942) (McCarthy) --
  • Racing. Whirlaway wins Kentucky Derby (1941) ; Citation wins Kentucky Derby (1948) ; Native Dancer wins Travers (1953) (McCarthy) ; The greatest match horse race of all time- War Admiral against Seabiscuit (Dunphy) -- Baseball. Babe Ruth promises hospitalized kids he'll hit a home run for them (1929) ; Carl Hubbell describes strikeouts of five great American League sluggers in succession at 1934 All-Star Game ; Babe Ruth retires (1935) ; Johnny Vandermeer of Cincinnati after pitching second successive no-run, no-hit game (1938) ; Lou Gehrig tribute at Yankee Stadium on July 4, 1939 ; Description of Lavagetto breaking up Bill Beven's no-hit World Series game in ninth inning of 1947 Series and winning game for Dodgers ; Description of Gionfriddo making spectacular catch of DiMaggio's bid for home run in same series (1947) ; Babe Ruth, dying of cancer, says his good-byes in tribute at Yankee Stadium (1948) ; Bobby Thompson's miraculous home run to beat the Dodgers in 1951 play-off game for right to meet the Yankees in World Series (Allen) ; Dressing-room interviews Bobby Thompson of N.Y. Giants who hit the home run and Ralph Branca of the Brooklyn Dodgers who pitched the ball when the Giants beat the Dodgers in the play-off game for the 1951 pennant. Others heard in the dressing room are Bill Rigney, Eddie Stankey and Eddie Brannick of the N.Y. Giants and Duke Snider and Roy Campanella of the Dodgers ; Don Larsen on the N.Y. Yankees pithces the classic World Series game- a no-run, no-hit performance against the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1956 (Schenkel) -- Track. Vice President Curtis opens 1932 Olympics ; Adolph Hitler opens 1936 Games ; Jesse Owens after winning four Gold Medals (1936) (Glickman) ; The description of the 1500-meter Olympic run of 1936- one of the most fantastic broadcasts ever aired (Hodges) ; Josy Barthel after his 1500-meter Olympic victory (1952) ; Roger Bannister breaks four-minute mile (1954) (Glickman)
Control code
13203087
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
1 sound disc
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Lccn
94750789
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono.
Publisher number
HL 7443
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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