Score 9 to 9 &mdash; last inning. The <u>heaviest</u> batter up.

Baseball in Jungleville 1

Score 9 to 9 — last inning. The heaviest batter up.

A "skyscraper" throw to first. &mdash; "He's good for second!"

Baseball in Jungleville 2

A "skyscraper" throw to first. — "He's good for second!"

Rounding Third. "Good boy Elly! <u>Now</u> check your trunk for home!"

Baseball in Jungleville 3

Rounding Third. "Good boy Elly! Now check your trunk for home!"

Won by a nose! Score 10 to 9

Baseball in Jungleville 4

Won by a nose! Score 10 to 9

A boy on his way to the baseball field. Younger boys wave to him as he walks along.

Baseball Uniform

A boy on his way to the baseball field. Younger boys wave to him as he walks along.

An umpire flips a coin and calls out, "heads or tails!" as the children look on.

Baseball, Heads or Tails

An umpire flips a coin and calls out, "heads or tails!" as the children look on.

A boy playing baseball.

Boy playing baseball

A boy playing baseball.

A glove from the Elizabethan era.

Elizabethan Glove

A glove from the Elizabethan era.

"Gauntlet of mail forming part of the hauberk, 13th century. In medieval armor, a glove of defense." -Whitney, 1911

Gauntlet of Mail

"Gauntlet of mail forming part of the hauberk, 13th century. In medieval armor, a glove of defense."…

"Gauntlet of plate, early 14th century. In medieval armor, a glove of defense." -Whitney, 1911

Gauntlet of Plate

"Gauntlet of plate, early 14th century. In medieval armor, a glove of defense." -Whitney, 1911

"Gauntlet of plate, later 14th century. In medieval armor, a glove of defense." -Whitney, 1911

Gauntlet of Plate

"Gauntlet of plate, later 14th century. In medieval armor, a glove of defense." -Whitney, 1911

The ornate leather glove of Charles I.

Glove of Charles I

The ornate leather glove of Charles I.

The ornate leather glove of Charles I.

Glove of Charles I

The ornate leather glove of Charles I.

"The cuff of a glove worked by Mary, Queen of the Scots, for Lord Darnley."

Glove of Mary

"The cuff of a glove worked by Mary, Queen of the Scots, for Lord Darnley."

A glove is a garment covering the hand. Gloves have separate sheaths for fingers and the thumb.

Catchers Glove

A glove is a garment covering the hand. Gloves have separate sheaths for fingers and the thumb.

A glove is a garment covering the hand. Gloves have separate sheaths or openings for each finger and the thumb. Fingerless gloves with one large opening rather than individual openings for each finger are sometimes called gauntlets. Gloves which cover the entire hand but do not have separate finger openings or sheaths are called mittens. Mittens are warmer than gloves made of the same material because fingers maintain their warmth better when they are in contact with each other. Reduced surface area reduces heat loss.

Leather Gloves

A glove is a garment covering the hand. Gloves have separate sheaths or openings for each finger and…

In combination with the bottle, this removable hand protector is placed upon the neck while pulling back on the cork. The protector has a tubular collar which loosely encircles the neck of the bottle and is adapted to be grasped by the hand, and having a diameter less than the diameter of the body of the bottle so as to hold the bottle back when the cork is pulled upon.

Removable Hand Protector for Bottles

In combination with the bottle, this removable hand protector is placed upon the neck while pulling…

A man putting on his glove.

Man

A man putting on his glove.

A baseball glove or mitt is a large leather glove that baseball players on the defending team are allowed to wear to assist them in catching and fielding balls hit by a batter, or thrown by a teammate.

Catchers Mitt

A baseball glove or mitt is a large leather glove that baseball players on the defending team are allowed…

Isegrim the wolf proffers a glove as a challenge to fight Reynard the fox for all the tricks and lies he is guilty of.

Reynard the Fox: Isegrim's Challenge

Isegrim the wolf proffers a glove as a challenge to fight Reynard the fox for all the tricks and lies…

Thor, Loki, and two children, Thialfi and Roska travel to Giant Land where they find what they think is a house. They sleep in the largest room. When they wake up, the sun's light shows that they were sleeping in the thumb of a giant's glove.

Sleeping in the Giant's Glove

Thor, Loki, and two children, Thialfi and Roska travel to Giant Land where they find what they think…