Dore Schary Papers, circa 1920-1980

Container Title
Grantland Rice's Favorite Sports Stories. Scripts, 1943-1945
Quantity: 1 box and 2 folders (0.6 cubic feet) 
Scope and Content Note: Scripts of a series half-hour dramatizations of sports stories broadcast weekly on WEAF.
Folder   432
Folder   6
1943
Note:
  • December 11, #1, “The Lady Was a Flop” / by Borden Chase, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • December 18, #2, “This Football” / by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, adapted by Gerald Holland

Folder   432
Folder   6-8
1944 January-June
Note:
  • January 8, #3, “The Hero” / by Margaret Weymouth Jackson, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • January 15, #4, “You Could Look It Up” / by James Thurber, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • January 22, #5, “Double for Trouble” / by B. B. Fowler, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • January 29, #6, “Horseshoes” / by Ring Lardner, adapated by Gerald Holland
  • February 5, #7, “Second Wind” / by Stanley Frank, adapated by Gerald Holland
  • February 19, #8, “Alibi Ike” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • February 26, #9, “The Comeback” / by Aubrey Wisberg, adapated by Gerald Holland
  • March 4, #10, “Old Indispensable” / by Stanley Frank, adapated by Gerald Holland
  • March 11, #11, “The Phantom Drive” / by William Tilden II, adapated by Gerald Holland
  • March 25, #12, “Hurry Kane” / by Ring Lardner, adapated by Gerald Holland
  • April 1, #13, “Little McGraw” / by Frederick Hazlett Brennan, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • April 8, #14, “Let the Chisel Ring” / by Phil R. Sheridan, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • April 15, #15, “For Dear Old Sweeney” / by Stanley Frank,
  • April 22, #16, “Harmony” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • April 29, #17, “The Road to Athens” / by Jackson Scholz, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • May 6, #18, “Mister Conley” / by Charles Van Loan, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • May 13, #19, “McGraw of the Giants” / by Frank Graham, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • May 20, #20, “Dive, Brother, Dive” / by Lee Floren, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • May 27, #21, “A Caddy's Diary” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • June 3, #22, “No Gloves for Jennie” / by Lee Floren, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • June 10, #23, “A Frame-Up” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • June 17, #24, “Sandlot Phenom” / by W. T. Ford, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • June 24, #25, “Little Poison Ivy” / by Charles E. Van Loan, adapted by Ben Kagan

Box   433
Folder   1-2
1944 July-December
Note:
  • July 1, #26, “Defending Champion” / by John R. Tunis, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • July 8, #27, “My Roomy” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • July 15, #28, “The Cockeyed Wonder” / by Richard Macauley, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • July 22, #29, “Fore” / by Frank Bunce, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • July 29, #30, “Readin', Ritin', and Resin” / by Phil R. Sheridan, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • August 5, #31, “You Could Look It Up” / by James Thurber, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • August 12, #32, “Old Indispensable” / by Stanley Frank, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • August 19, #33, “The Making of a Sportsman” / by Thomas Stix, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • August 26, #34, “Champion” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • September 2, #35, “Crazy Over Horse Mackerel” / by Philip Wylie, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • September 9, #36, “Rackety Rax” / by Joel Sayre, adapted by Ben Kagan
  • November 11, #37, “This Football” / by Frederick Hazlett Brennan, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • November 18, #38, “The Hero” / by Margaret Weymouth Jackson, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • November 25, #39, “Dive, Brother, Dive” / by Lee Floren, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • December 2, #40, “Gravy Train” / by Stanley Frank, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • December 9, #41, “The Twenty-Two Coaches” / by T. W. Ford, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • December 16, #42, “No Gloves for Jennie” / by Lee Floren, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • December 23, #43, “Second Wind” / by Stanley Frank, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • December 30, #44, “The Shadow of Mickey McGann” / by Gerald Holland

Box   433
Folder   3-4
1945
Note:
  • January 6, #45, “Kayo Crazy” / by Chuck Crane, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • January 13, #46, “Football Brains” / by Harrison Hendryx, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • January 20, #47, “Anything For a Pal” / by Edward Jurist
  • January 27, #48, “The Amateur Spirit” / by Richard Macaulay, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • February 3, #49, “Alibi Ike” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • February 10, #50, “Git Out o' t' Game!” by Richard Macaulay, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • February 17, #51, “Ring Gunner” / by Jackson V. Scholz, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • February 24, #52, “The Biscuit Eater” / by James Street, adapted by Tom Gootee
  • March 3, #53, “Little McGraw” / by Frederick Hazlitt Brennan, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • March 10, #54, “Punchy” / by Don Tracy, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • March 17, #55, “Rink Fire” / by Jackson V. Scholz, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • March 24, #56, “Getaway Money” / by Patterson McNutt, adapted by Gerald Holland and Tom Gootee
  • March 31, #57, “Weep No More, M'Lady” / by James Street, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • April 7, #58, “The Fourteenth Virtue” / by Clifford Knight, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • April 21, #59, “Harmony” / by Ring Lardner, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • April 28, #60, “Please Come Home M'Lady” / by James Street, adapted by Gerald Holland
  • May 5, #61, “The Gas House Gang” / by J. Roy Stockton, adapted by Gerald Holland