9 images. Side bar of Coliseum (Dodgers baseball), 3 October 1959. Sam Sansone; Hal Jensen; Ernest Lisi; Jerry Buttice; Ray Martin -- 12 years; Jim Espositio; Lenny Hahn -- 13 years; Jimmy White -- 12 years; Steve Weber -- 11 years; Robin Day -- 11 years; Bill Stunkard -- 13 years; Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Olshansky; Dan Olshansky -- 6 years; Ellen Olshansky -- 9 years; Tom Arthur. (Negatives of traffic signals to be used at the game).; Caption slip reads: "Photographer: Miller. Date: 1959-10-03. Reporter: Donoghue. Assignment: Concessions, Coliseum. Sunday. 35-36: Tom Arthur, concession manager at Coliseum, with kingsize hotdog, the like of which will sell by the tens of thousands at opening of World Series home game. 121: Dodgers camera stars test new equipment for first home World Series game -- from left: Chief Photographer Sam Sansone and prize-winning lensman Hal Jensen. 50: Traffic signs all lined up for what is expected to be the granddaddy of all traffic treks to giant oval. 49: Western Union technicians get some of the 56 press teletypes at Coliseum in order for Sunday's classic -- from left: Ernest Lisi, Pacoima; and Jerry Buttice. 105: Ray Martin, 12, Ascension Lutheran Parochial School, is champ autograph collector. Walt Alston okayed spot for him at clubhouse door. 106: Dodgers Groundkeeper Jim Espositio. 122: Junior attendance champs, who saw total of 107 games at Coliseum this year: Lenny Hahn, 13; Jimmy White, 12; Steve Weber, 11. Bats are gifts of Don Demeter".