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  • Pieces of Manley

    Footage shot for documentary about Manley High School on the West Side of Chicago, and their successful basketball team. Continue reading

  • Connie “The Hawk” Hawkins

    Connie “The Hawk” Hawkins

    Connie Hawkins (born July 17, 1942) left us on October 6, 2017 at the age of 75.┬áHe is remembered for: being one of the greatest players of all time, the playing years he lost in his 20’s due to false accusations, his four years with the Harlem Globetrotters, and especially for the way his graceful, floating, offensive style helped revolutionize the way the game was played. He showed great promise during his years at Boys’ High School in Brooklyn, but … Continue reading

  • [Boxing at Fuller Park]

    Ben Hollis interviews boxers training at Fuller Park in Chicago at 46th and Princeton. Continue reading

  • Bulls-Sox Underground Show

    Interview with Jerry Reinsdorf. Continue reading

  • Will the Cubs finally grant Bill Murray’s 1984 wish?

    Will the Cubs finally grant Bill Murray’s 1984 wish?

    “The World Series… that’s what I really was shooting for.” Tonight the Cubs and Cleveland Indians will play game three of the World Series at Wrigley Field. They will be joined by Cubs superfan Bill Murray, who will sing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.” Murray has been a fixture of the 7th inning stretch for years. However, when he appeared on Time Out while the Cubs were in the National League playoffs in 1984, he had other ambitions. Will … Continue reading

  • [Centerfield]


    A mock news report highlighting the win of the Arthur Anderson staff baseball team, the PM&S Premiers, over the AA&Co softball team. Continue reading

  • Phil Ranstrom Martial Arts Demo

    Phil Ranstrom Martial Arts Demo

    Short martial arts demo tape. Continue reading

  • Dave Meggysey, tape 2

    Dave Meggysey, tape 2

    A talk entitled “The Radical Transformation of Sport in America” by Dave Meggyesy. It took place at a Rising Up Angry outreach program called Friends of Angry held at Holy Covenant United Methodist Church at 2747 N. Wilton Ave in Chicago. Rising Up Angry was a youth revolutionary activist group in the 1960s and 1970s. Meggysey was an American football player turned union organizer and author of Out Of Their League, an autobiographical look at football that was critical of the sport’s dehumanizing aspects and pro-capitalist values. In this tape, Meggyesy gives specific examples of the ways in which he feels organized sports in America dehumanize people, and also answers some questions from the audience. Continue reading