Out of the Mouth of Babe
- The bionic babe. Parry, Julia // Diva;Aug2003, Issue 87, p50
Features sportswoman Babe Didrikson Zaharias. Life and career history; Sports achievements; Marriage with wrestler George Zaharias; Relationship with Betty Dodd; Diagnosis of colon cancer; Death at the age of 45.
- Top Ten Greatest Lesbian Athletes-Top Two. Seymour, Joey // Lesbian News;Jan2011, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p8
The article looks at the leading lesbian athletes. One of these lesbian athletes is golfer Babe Didrikson Zaharias. Aside from golf, Zaharias excelled in track and field, basketball, diving and bowling. Born Billie Jean Moffitt, Billie Jean King earned her reputation on the tennis court. In...
- EDITOR'S LETTER. Czyzselska, Jane // Diva;Jul2007, Issue 134, p6
The article comments on several lesbian athletes based in the United States, who have participated in international sporting events. These women have contributed a positive outlook to their younger counterparts. They include: baseball star Babe Didrikson Zaharias, tennis player Billie Jean King...
- The greatest woman athlete. Peterson, Robert W. // Boys' Life;Jan1993, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p10
Highlights the career of Mildred `Babe' Didrikson, one of the greatest woman athletes in the history of sports. Participation in the 1932 Olympic Games; One of the nation's best woman golfers; Her background; Named the outstanding woman athlete of the first half of this century in 1950.
- Herstory. // Lesbian News;Mar97, Vol. 22 Issue 8, p72
Profiles athlete, Babe Didrikson Zaharias who died in 1956. Year in which Zaharias was born; Olympic medals won by the athlete; Sports played by Zaharias; Complication of her marriage to wrestling promoter George Zaharias.
- The Babe is here. Roberts, D. // Women's Sports & Fitness;Nov/Dec90, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p42
Presents a biographical account of Babe Didrikson Zaharias, the greatest woman athlete in American history. Records won in high jump, hurdles, javelin, baseball throw, and golf; Personal background; Marriage to pro wrestler George Zaharias; Babe's outspoken personality.
- Remembering Babe. // American History Illustrated;Apr87, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p34
Biography of Mildred Ella `Babe' Didrikson, 1911-1956, who is called here America's greatest athlete. Explores her accomplishments in a multitude of sports; Her speed, strength and coordination; Olympic victory; Life after the 1932 Olympics; Marriage to George Zaharias; Death from cancer at 45.
- Babe Zaharias: An amazing comeback. Sommers, Robert // Golf Magazine;Aug95, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p92
Commemorates the golfer Mildred Didrikson `Babe' Zaharias. Career history; Awards and achievements; Affliction with cancer.
- BABE DIDRIKSON ZAHARIAS. // Famous Texans Fact Cards;2001, p40
Highlights the life and career of Babe Didrikson Zaharias, a female athlete from Port Arthur, Texas. Family background; Educational attainment; Awards and achievements.