No Skirts in Baseball
A group of picnickers enjoy a game of ball in a park in Madison, New Jersey (1910), even through the pitcher, catcher and the fielders are impractically clad.
By this time, Alta Weiss, who put herself through medical school as a successful, crowd-drawing pitcher on a men's semiprofessional teams, had given up trying to play in conventional women's wear and switched to bloomers.
"I found that you can't play ball in skirts," she explained. "I tried. I wore a skirt over my bloomers and nearly broke my neck."