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