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FAVORITE STORIES OF GRANTLAND RICE
(THE SPORTSMEN'S CLUB)

 Grantland Rice Collection

2 MP3 CDs - 52 episodes


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"For when the One Great Scorer comes
To write against your name,
He marks - not that you won or lost -
But how you played the Game."
--from the poem "Alumnus Football" by Grantland Rice

Grandland RiceGrantland Rice is one of the best know sports writers of the Golden Age of sports.  His expressive writing helped to raise sports players to heroic status.  Of games and sports stories, he often compared the challenges of sports to mythic stories and the greater human condition.  Unlike Bill Stern, who is best known for his riveting play-by-play presentation of sports, Grantland Rice seems to delve into the greater social and personal meaning of sports.

His memorable sports analogies speak to the human condition: "You are meant to play the ball as it lies, a fact that may help to touch on your own objective approach to life" and it's not whether "you won or lost but how you play the game" which is repeated to little leaguers to this day. An accomplished and well-versed writer and authored a book of poetry, Rice wrote "Songs of the Stalwart" published in 1917.  In his life, Rice befriended sports stars from the Golden Age of sports like Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, and Bobby Jones. 

Grandland RiceBorn in Tennessee on November 1, 1880, Grantland Rice subsequently attended Montgomery Bell Academy prep school and Vanderbilt University.  His career in sports writing began with Southeast newspapers like Nashville Daily News and Atlanta Journal.  He relocated to New York City in 1911 and began writing for New York Evening Mail, New York Herald-Tribune, and New York Daily News.  His articles were syndicated in over 100 newspapers.  After a career in sports writing for 40 years, Grantland Rice died of July 13, 1954 of a stroke.  He finished an autobiography shortly before his death, The Tumult and the Shouting.

This collection included dramatized sports stories are chosen by Grantland Rice from his personal collection of sports stories.  In the 'extras' folder on the disk 2, there are some additional Grantland Rice recordings including: an episode from Bill Stern, Rice's appearances on the old time radio game show, Information Please, and a couple Biography in Sound recordings.

Drop in at the Sportsman's club and listen in to "yarn spinning" of the best and most exciting sports stories! 

See also: The Grantland Rice Story

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MP3 DISK CONTENTS: [Help]
Volume 1: 27 shows - total playtime 12 hours 50 minutes

Grantland Rice 431211 01 The Lady Was a Flop
Grantland Rice 431218 02 This Football
Grantland Rice 440108 03 The Hero
Grantland Rice 440115 04 You Could Look It Up
Grantland Rice 440122 05 Double For Trouble
Grantland Rice 440129 06 Horseshoes
Grantland Rice 440205 07 Second Wind
Grantland Rice 440226 09 The Comeback
Grantland Rice 440304 10 Old Indespensible
Grantland Rice 440311 11 The Phantom Drive
Grantland Rice 440325 12 Hurry Kane
Grantland Rice 440401 13 The Road to Athens
Grantland Rice 440408 14 Let the Chisel Ring
Grantland Rice 440422 16 Harmony

Grantland Rice 440429 17 The Road to Athens
Grantland Rice 440506 18 Mister Conley
Grantland Rice 440513 19 McGraw of the Giants
Grantland Rice 440520 20 Dive, Brother, Dive
Grantland Rice 440527 21 A Caddy's Diary
Grantland Rice 440603 22 No Gloves For Jenny
Grantland Rice 440617 24 Sandlot Phenom
Grantland Rice 440624 25 Little Poison Ivy
Grantland Rice 440701 26 Defending Champion
Grantland Rice 440708 27 My Roomie
Grantland Rice 440715 28 The Cockeyed Wonder
Grantland Rice 440722 29 Fore!
Grantland Rice 440729 30 Readin', Ritin' and Resin'
Volume 2: 25 shows - total playtime 12 hours 58 minutes

Grantland Rice 440812 32 Old Indenspensible
Grantland Rice 440819 33 The Making of a Sportsman
Grantland Rice 440902 35 Crazy Over Horse Mackrel
Grantland Rice 440909 36 Rackety Rax
Grantland Rice 441111 37 This Football
Grantland Rice 441118 38 The Hero
Grantland Rice 441125 39 Dive, Brother, Dive!
Grantland Rice 441216 42 No Gloves for Jenny
Grantland Rice 441223 43 Second Wind
Grantland Rice 450113 46 Football Brains
Grantland Rice 450120 47 Anything for a Pal
Grantland Rice 450127 48 The Amateur Spirit
Grantland Rice 450210 50 Get Outta the Game
Grantland Rice 450217 51 Ring Gunner

 

Grantland Rice 450224 52 The Biscuit Eater
Grantland Rice 450317 55 Rinkfire
Grantland Rice 450324 56 Getaway Money
Grantland Rice 450331 57 Weep No More, M'Lady
Grantland Rice 450428 61 Please Come Home, M'Lady
Grantland Rice 450505 62 Gashouse Gang

Extra
Bill Stern 491202 526 W Grantland Rice
Biography In Sound 560214 41 Grantland Rice
Biography In Sound 570409 86 Grantland Rice
Info Please 420306 200 Grantland Rice
Info Please 430426 Ford Frick Grantland Rice

 


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