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 1The 1934 All-Star Game   
 2The Case For Lou Gehrig Curato, Guy;  
 3Gehrig's Real "last Game." Schott, Arthur;  
 4The Yankees Slugging Rookie Ward, John J.; 1925 
 5The Leading Rookies of the Big League Year Gould, James M.; 1926 
 6The Yankees Began the Season as Experiments, Speedily Forged to a Commanding Lead, but Encountered More Serious Competition as the Season Waned  1926 
 7How To Pitch Baseball Griffith, Clark; Hugh Fullerton; 1926 
 8"I'm Not Trying To Hit Homers" - Lou Gehrig  1927 
 9Secrets of Baseball Told By Big League Players Charnley, Mitchell V., Ed.; 1927 
 10A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, Ray; 1927 
 11A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, Ray; 1927 
 12A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, , Ray; 1927 
 13A Graphic Review of the Month in Baseball Hoppman, , Ray; 1927 
 14A Pair of Socks Moriarty, George; 1927 
 15Editorial Comment  1927 
 16Editorial Comment  1927 
 17Editorial Comment  1927 
 18Henry L. Gehrig  1927 
 19Henry L. Gehrig  1927 
 20Interlaced Fingers Do the Trick  1927 
 21Interlaced Fingers Do the Trick  1927 
 22Larruping Lou Hoefer, W. R.; 1927 
 23Lou Gehrig  1927 
 24Lou Gehrig Kelley, Matthew S.; 1927 
 25Lou Gehrig  1927 
 26On the Bench with George Moriarty Moriarty, George; 1927 
 27On the Bench with George Moriarty Moriarty, George; 1927 
 28The Formidable Club of the New York Yankees Whose Progress Through the Pennant Race Was Little More Than a Triumphal Procession  1927 
 29The Formidable Club of the New York Yankees Whose Progress Through the Pennant Race Was Little More Than a Triumphal Procession  1927 
 30The Formidable Club of the New York Yankees Whose Progress Through the Pennant Race Was Little More Than a Triumphal Procession  1927 
 31The Job of Playing First Gehrig, Henry Louis (Lou); 1927 
 32 Hoppman, Ray; 1927 
 33  1927 
 34Let the Records Determine Baseball's Leading Stars Lane, F.C.; 1928 
 35Innocents Abroad Kennedy, John B.; 1928 
 36In Camp  1928 
 37The Little Heinie Busch, Niven, Jr.; 1929 
 38Gehrig Joins Stock Exch. Firm  1929 
 39First Flush of Fame Williams, Joe; 1930 
 40Making Major League History in 1930 Bloodgood, Clifford; 1930 
 41Lou Gehrig in Spring Training With the Yankees  1930 
 42The Greatest Player in the American League Lane, F.C.; 1931 
 43The Superlative in Baseball  1931 
 44High Jinxes Rice, Grantland; 1931 
 45On Women Baseball Players Phillips, H.L.; 1931 
 46Girl Pitcher Fans Ruth and Gehrig Brandt, William; 1931 
 47Ruth Will Face Girl Pitcher Today: Home Run King Alarmed at Prospect Brandt, William; 1931 
 48Girl Pitcher Faces Yankees  1931 
 49Girl Pitcher, 17, Fans Ruth, Gehrig, Walks Tony, Quits  1931 
 50Conspicuous Baseball Characters of 1931 Cox, Harold; 1932 
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