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|1. Dictionary - MSN Encarta |
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|2. Gehrig, Lou |
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|3. Lou Gehrig - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia |
Henry Louis Lou Gehrig (June 19, 1903 – June 2, 1941) was an American baseball player in the 1920s and 1930s, chiefly remembered for his prowess as a hitter, his consecutive games
|4. Lou Gehrig - Lou Gehrig's Disease |
Lou Gehrig was a phenomenal baseball player who died of ALS and the disease is now known as lou gehrigs disease.
|5. Lou Gehrig :: The Official Web Site |
Official Lou Gehrig site, includes biography, photos and more
|6. LeBron James, 07) Double Matted 8 X 10 Photograph (Unframed) |
Lou Gehrig, Lou Gehrig Studio Plus Double Matted 8 x 10 Photograph (Unframed), Sepia Double Matted 8 x 10 Photograph (Unframed), Lou Gehrig In Dugout (Color) Double Matted 8 X
|7. Lou Gehrig — Infoplease.com |
Encyclopedia Gehrig, Lou. Gehrig, Lou (Louis Gehrig) (g r'ig) , 1903–41, American baseball player, b. New York City. He studied and played baseball at Columbia, where he was
|8. Facts About Gehrig, Lou, As Discussed In Britannica's Elementary Encyclopedia Ge |
Facts about Gehrig, Lou, (1903–41). Nicknamed the Iron Horse, Lou Gehrig was one of the most durable players in baseball. As first baseman of the New York Yankees, he set a
|9. Gehrig, Lou | Define Gehrig, Lou At Dictionary.com |
Cultural Dictionary Gehrig, Lou ( ger ig) A baseball player of the early twentieth century. A teammate of Babe Ruth , Gehrig set a record for the major leagues, not broken
|10. Gehrig, Lou 2008 Upper Deck Yankee Stadium Legacy Card No. YSL196 |
In 2008 Upper Deck issued a Yankee Stadium Legacy Card for each of the 6,742 games played at the now replaced Yankee Stadium.
|11. Gehrig, Lou Definition Of Gehrig, Lou In The Free Online Encyclopedia. |
Gehrig, Lou (Louis Gehrig) (g r`ĭg), 1903–41, American baseball player, b. New York City. He studied and played baseball at Columbia, where he was spotted by a scout for the New
|12. Gehrig, Lou 19O3-1941 - 1930's Sports |
Gehrig, Lou 19O31941 - 1930's Sports at eNotes BASEBALL PLAYER. Young Athlete. The only surviving child of German immigrants, young Lou Gehrig was an outstanding all
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|14. German American Corner: GEHRIG, Lou, Full Name Henry Louis Gehrig (1903-41) |
GEHRIG, Lou, full name Henry Louis Gehrig (190341), American professional baseball play er, born in New York City and educated at Columbia University.
|15. Gehrig Lou: Free Encyclopedia Articles At Questia.com Online Library |
Research Gehrig Lou and other related topics by using the free encyclopedia at the Questia.com online library.
|16. Lou Gehrig : Lou Gehrig News And Photos - Chicagotribune.com |
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|17. Gehrig, Lou - Definition Of Gehrig, Lou By The Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus |
Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Lou Gehrig baseball player who died of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (1903-1941) Gehrig, Henry Louis Gehrig
|18. Search Results For: Gehrig, Lou - AllMovie |
A Love Affair The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story 1977 Cook, Fielder J Feature
|19. Gehrig, Lou |
Personal Info; Birth June 19, 1903, New York, New York Death June 2, 1941, New York, New York Professional Career; Debut June 15, 1923, New York Yankees
|20. Lou Gehrig |
Famous Leaders for Young Readers, Lou Gehrig Lou Gehrig was one of baseball's great players. His parents didn't want him to make a career of baseball.
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