1960 SUMMER OLYMPICS HIGHLIGHTS The opening ceremonies of the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome and highlights of the games including Bob Webster and Gary Tobian in diving and Lee Calhoun, Willie May and Hayes Jones in the high hurdles.
TWENTY-FOUR HOUR MOTORCYCLE RACE - 2 Motorcyclists continue racing in a 24-hour motorcycle race in Spain after a night of riding. Spectators cheer as the winner crosses the finish line. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
TWENTY-FOUR HOUR MOTORCYCLE RACE Riders hit their bikes for a 24-hour motorcycle race in Spain. One crash victim is run over by another bike, but survives the incident. The riders continue on into the night. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
CUBAN EXILES DEMONSTRATE IN WASHINGTON 8,000 Cuban exiles stage a march from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial to urge the U.S. to act against the Castro Regime in Cuba. At first the demonstration is peaceful but as the last delegates arrives for a meeting of the Organization of American States the crowd advances on the Pan-American building and the police have their hands full. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
1960 SUMMER OLYMPICS HIGHLIGHTS - 2 Don Bragg sets an Olympic Pole Vaulting record at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. Fans holding torches look ahead to the Tokyo Summer Olympics of 1964 during the closing ceremonies in Rome.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION KEYNOTE SPEECH Senator John 0. Pastore of Rhode Island sets the theme of the Democratic National Convention as he delivers the keynote address before a capacity audience at the Atlantic City Convention Hall.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION OF 1964 - 2 Senator Hubert Humphrey and Senator Eugene McCarthy arrive at the 1964 Democratic National Convention as possible candidates for Vice-President on the Lyndon Johnson ticket.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION OF 1964 The events of the Democratic National Convention of 1964 begin in Atlantic City, New Jersey. A possible candidate for Vice-President, Senator Mike Mansfield of Montana arrives at the airport.
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