Henry Louis "Lou" or "Buster" Gehrig was an American baseball first baseman
who played 17 .... Also in 1936, at the urging of his wife, Gehrig agreed to hire
Babe Ruth's agen...
Mrs. Lou Gehrig was married less than eight years; she was a widow for nearly ...
her poker partners was Mrs. John Torrio, the wife of Al Capone's predecessor.
Mar 8, 1984 ... Eleanor Gehrig, the widow of Lou Gehrig, the great Yankee first ... His wife said
later that she never told him that he was suffering from a fatal ...
Jul 8, 2014 ... Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth in 1930, before the fall. .... There was also an odd
incident with Gehrig's wife during a trip to Japan conducted by ...
Gehrig left Columbia and returned to the Hartford team, where he hit .304 that
season. .... Eleanor, Gehrig's wife of eight years, remained by his side as his
Gehrig was a stranger to the concept before he met Eleanor Twitchell. ...
invitation to Eleanor the day of the party, she included the tag, "Lou Gehrig will be
#1) Where can I obtain a full-length copy of Lou Gehrig's famous farewell speech.
The short of it is you ... He and his wife were unable to have children. No one is ...
Lou Gehrig is remembered as baseball's "Iron Horse" and used to own the major
... Despite his wife's good intentions, Lou would not be deterred and appeared ...
Lou Gehrig played for Columbia University in 1921, before playing with the
Hartford .... When you have a wife who has been a tower of strength and shown
Jan 22, 2003 ... Wife of Lou Gehrig. She was a spirited young woman from a well-to-do Chicago
family who met the straight-laced star player for the Yankees in ...