National Geographic : 1956 Nov
(c) National Ueographic society 4 Babe Ruth's 60th-home-run Bat of 1927 Thrills Boys in Baseball's Hall of Fame Plaques on the wall of the Cooperstown museum show Eddie Collins, Napoleon Lajoie, and the first baseball commissioner, Kenesaw Mountain Landis. Lou Gehrig's first-baseman's mitt helped him set a record of 2,130 consecutive games, never since equaled. B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic Staff + Skidmore College Girls Pour a Cup of Saratoga Springs Mineral Water Mohawk Indians, who summered at the springs long before the settlers arrived, knew the healthful value of the waters. As owner of the springs, New York State puts its official seal (right) on two million bottles of water sold each year.