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  • Max Patkin #4

    Max Patkin #4

    Footage shot for the special “Once a Star.” This tape features baseball clown Max Patkin.

  • [Chicago Slices raw: Jackson Park Lagoon and Golf Course]

    [Chicago Slices raw: Jackson Park Lagoon and Golf Course]

    Raw footage of Andrew Jones interviewing boaters and fisherman at Jackson Park Lagoon for Chicago Slices. He then interviews African American golfers at Jackson Park Golf Course. He also speaks with garbage workers and visits the DuSable Museum of African American History.

  • [Bill Veeck at O’Leary’s #9]

    [Bill Veeck at O’Leary’s #9]

    Raw footage of Veeck at O’Leary’s for Bill Veeck’s Saloon. Veeck, Bill Brashler, and Waldo discuss the De Paul vs. St. Joseph game (see tape 8) and sports generally.

  • [Veeck B-Roll Pix Group H]

    [Veeck B-Roll Pix Group H]

    This tape consists of a series of images of baseball cards shot for the documentary “Veeck: A Man For Any Season.”

  • [White Sox opening day 1976 spots]

    [White Sox opening day 1976 spots]

    This tape is a collection of Chicago White Sox promo commercials for opening day 1976. Players included in the promos are as follows: Ralph Carr, Bucky Dent, Minnie Minoso, Rich Gossage, Jorge Orta, and Brian Downing. Throughout the tape, there are both small and large breaks in between the promo footage.

  • Time Out, episode 119

    Time Out, episode 119

    This tape features a 1984 episode of “Time Out,” a weekly sports program that was hosted by a number of Chicago area journalists and sportscasters. This week’s commentators are John Schulian of the Chicago Sun-Times, Kenny McReynolds, a WBMX Sportscaster and Assistant Coach for DePaul University’s Men’s Basketball team, WIND reporter Fran Spielman, and John Mengelt, broadcaster and NBA veteran.

  • [Blanda clips from “Think Win”]

    [Blanda clips from “Think Win”]

    Clips from a film starring former football player George Blanda called “Think Win.” Blanda relates his principles of success in football to success in business through clips of his days as a quarterback and placekicker in the NFL. He explains that his experience in business early in his career is what gave him the drive and work ethic to become one of the top players in the league.

  • Dennis Hull #3

    Dennis Hull #3

    Another part of an interview with Dennis Hull, brother of legendary Chicago Blackhawks player Bobby Hull, and a renowned player in his own right. With anecdotes and stories from his time in the NHL, Hull talks about the conduct of modern hockey players, his family, and answers the controversial question, “Which of the Hulls has a harder slap shot?”

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