The roaring twenties was time that sports aspired and American heroes came to life. Some of the more popular athletes during these times were Babe Ruth, Jack Dempsey, and Red Grange. The increase in popularity of baseball, swimming, and boxing were helped out by newspapers and magazines. Radio also had an impact in helping spread the likes of these sports. Publicity of this up and coming sports era, ensured large crowds and guaranteed the financial success of the sporting events, allowing new stadiums to be built. With sports owners making more of a profit, this allowed for athletes to make an increasing amount in salary. Babe Ruth, arguably the most famous baseball player in history, is still well known today for his impact during the 1920’s era. His records are not forgotten as well as the athlete he was. Many of the other famous athletes have helped ensure that their sports are still popular today, which is the case in today’s modern era of sports. Although the roaring twenties were mesmerized by the amazing athletes of its era, it still had its share of American Heroes. Henry Ford emerged as a technological genius, in that he created the first ever assembly line. His new invention did wonders for the business world, as he allowed products to be made faster and cheaper. Charles A. Lindbergh contributed to the aviation industry, by his pioneering flight across the Atlantic Ocean. He as well changed what pilots and planes could do for the future. Both these men had impacts of certain industries, which is why they are labeled as American heroes.