December 9, 2018

Report: Long-Lost Babe Ruth Interview Discovered In Prep School Archives

From WNPR and National Public Radio:

Seventy years after his death, a long-lost radio interview with Babe Ruth has turned up in the archives of Cheshire Academy, a private school in Connecticut. It’s part of a collection of interviews donated two decades ago by sports announcer Joe Hasel, an alumnus of the school.

The 13-minute recording was made during World War II, part of a series of Hasel’s sports interviews broadcast by the Armed Forces Radio Service.

Read the Complete Report, Listen to the Segments of the Interview

Direct to Cheshire Academy “Babe Ruth” Interview Page

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