Coach Frank Thomas and Mildred Cowan stand on football field with Bill Lee and Millard "Dixie" Howell, members of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team. Howell played college football at Alabama from 1932 to 1934
Crowd watching a baseball game at Wrigley Field in South Los Angeles. Los Angeles's Wrigley Field was built in 1925 and torn down in 1966. It was host to minor league baseball teams and home of the Los Angeles Angeles. The field is named after the same Wrigley as Wrigley Field in Chicago, but it actually received the name first and had more on-site parking than Chicago's field does now.
Wrestler Dean Detton supported by the referee during his match with wrestler/football player Bronko Nagurski at Olympic Auditorium. Nagurski injured Detton's left arm during the match and eventually emerged victorious, thus retaining his World Heavyweight title.
Capt. Leopold McLaglen, self-styled Jiu-Jitsu champion of the world, appears in court over charges that he attempted to blackmail and extort his former employer, millionaire Philip M. Chancellor. McLaglen was accused of threatening to implicate Chancellor in a robbery, unless Chancellor paid McLaglen $20,000. McLaglen is accompanied in court by his lawyer, Harry F. Sewell, at left. November 18, 1937.
Race horse War Knight and his trainer, C.T. Leavitt pose for photographers after War Knight's victory in the $100,000 Santa Anita handicap. War Knight won in front of a crowd of 80,200 fans, the largest turnout yet to see a horse race in the west. Previous betting records were smashed.