WTF? Scantily Clad Women Dancing on the Field at Senators Game Tom Faces & Places of Yesterday, Featured, From the Crazy Vault Fri Sep 21st, 2012 3 Comments I’m not sure how to explain this one … it’s just bizarre. Thanks to Vanished Americana for this gem. women dancing on the field at Nationals game – 1924 (vanishedamericana.com) That’s our good buddy and Columbia Heights resident, Nick Altrock, with his clown teammate Al Schacht. Amazon.com Widgets email You may also like...Washington Senators Secure Moran of GeorgetownA Tribute to Baseball and the Washington SenatorsBefore Ovechkin: Columbia Heights Roller HockeyOpening Day 1913 ... Play Ball!Nationals Injury Update: Matt Williams On Ryan Zimmerman's Sore Right ShoulderFederal Baseball - All PostsNationals' Opening Day Starter Stephen Strasburg on High Expectations, Lessons LearnedFederal Baseball - All PostsNationals Finalize 2014 Opening Day 25-Man Roster: Tanner Roark To Start Home OpenerFederal Baseball - All PostsNationals' Spring Training Surprise: Danny Espinosa Back in the MajorsFederal Baseball - All Posts Tags 1920s, Al Schacht, baseball, Griffith Stadium, Nick Altrock, Washington Nationals, Washington Senators stephen c. Oh, go ahead – laugh all you want. Being a pledge wasn’t easy and there was no other way to get into the fraternity… Ayanna Perhaps they’re cheerleaders? Christyn I think maybe it’s a connection to ancient Rome where the “senate” originated. The women look like they are wearing a more scandalous version of the clothing worn during that time period. Just a guess.