ALI ATTENDS NATION OF ISLAM CONVENTION - HD Muhammad Ali claps enthusiastically in response to an off-camera speaker at a Nation of Islam meeting. Ali wears a hat with the initials "FOI" signifying his membership in Fruit of Islam, a paramilitary group with the Nation of Islam.
ALI SAYS CHAVULO FIGHT WAS TOUGH - HD Muhummad Ali tells reporters that opponent George Chavulo "took everything" in their recent fight. He says that he had told them before the fight Chavulo would be tougher that Floyd Paterson, Sonny Liston and Ernie Terrell.
Date: April, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:35:00, With Audio
ALI PROCLAIMS HIS GREATNESS - HD Before fighting George Chuvalo, Muhammad Ali gives a boastful interview while lying in bed, reading the Nation of Islam newspaper that proclaims "The Truth" in large type. Ali says that when a fighter of his greatness comes along there aren't any contenders at his level. He suggests that the only way to beat him is to make him fight three opponents on the same night.
ALI REFUSES TO APOLOGIZE - HD Muhammad Ali refuses to apologize to the Illinois Athletic Commission for remarks that he made earlier that have been called unpatriotic. At stake is whether the board will allow a scheduled championship bout against Ernie Terrell to proceed.
Date: February 25, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:08:00, With Audio
ALI VOICES RESPECT FOR CHUVALO - HD In an interview, Muhammad Ali voices misgivings about his ability to go 15 rounds and praises the abilities of George Chuvalo, his upcoming opponent. At his training camp, Ali mauls a punching bag.
ANTIWAR DEMOS IN NYC & DC - HD Marchers against the war in Vietnam get into shouting matches with the war's supporters on New York's Fifth Ave. In Washington, protesters outside the White House taunt President Johnson. Nearby, American Nazi George Lincoln Rockwell baits some war protesters.
Date: March 26, 1966 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:07:00, With Audio
TRACK AND FIELD: MILLROSE GAMES In Madison Square Garden in New York, top track and field student athletes compete in the Millrose Games. Jim Wedderburn wins the 600 yard race and Hayes Jones set a dazzling new record in the 60 yard high hurdles. Wilma Rudolph thrills audiences with her performance in the 60 yard dash and Ralph Boston dominates the competition in the broad jump.
Date: February 6, 1961 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:11:00, With Audio
TRACK AND FIELD: NEW YORK AC GAMES In Madison Square Garden, top American and Soviet track and field athletes compete in the New York Athletic Club Games. Wilma Rudolph sets a new record in the women's 60 yard dash. Don "Tarzan" Bragg misses clearing 16 feet in the pole vault. Ralph Boston jumps just over 26 feet in the broad jump competition. John Thomas and Valeri Brumel compete in the high jump and Brumel sets the new record.
Date: February 20, 1961 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:29:00, With Audio
TRACK AND FIELD: KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS GAMES The 42nd annual Knight of Columbus Games are held in New York. Hayes Jones wins the 60 yard hurdles while Don "Tarzan" Bragg sets a record in pole vaulting. In the high jump, John Thomas sets out to defeat his Soviet rival Valeri Brumel but Brumel bests him with a new indoor record of 7 feet, 3 inches.
Date: March 6, 1961 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:00:00, With Audio
1960 SUMMER OLYMPICS: TRACK AND FIELD - 2 Scenes from the track and field events at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. Lee Calhoun wins the gold medal in the 110 meter hurdles race, Otis Davis takes the gold in the 400 meter race, and Wilma Rudolph earns her third gold medal of the games.
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