PENDLETON RODEO The annual Pendleton Round-up, a classic of Western sport--with bucking broncos and bull-dogging events carried out by top rodeo performers--and a rip-snorting round-up of rough and tumble livestock. A thrill a second.
ROCKEFELLER AND GOLDWATER ON CAMPAIGN TRAIL Senator Barry Goldwater shakes hands and signs autographs after his victory in the California Presidential Primary. Governor Nelson Rockefeller also greets fans on the campaign trail and makes a speech to a group of supporters.
GALA PARADE WELCOMES ORIOLES TO NEW HOME A major-league town again after 52 years, Baltimore welcomes its boys to their new diamond home with a gala parade. Vice-President Nixon leads the march, and just about everyone is on hand to cheer the new Orioles team. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additi
BOWLING CONGRESS OPENS 45 days of bowling get under way. It's the 51st American Bowling Congress Tournament, with nearly sixteen thousand bowlers competing for fame and glory in the biggest event of the world's most popular sport.
G.O.P CONVENTION HIGHLIGHTS Interest and excitement mount in Chicago even before the arrival of Vice-President Nixon and the formal opening of the Republican National Convention. New York's Governor Rockefeller, following his 14-point platform agreement with Nixon, dominates the pre-convention spotlight. Although he's ruled himself out as a candidate for either the number 1 or 2 spots, his enthusiasts continue a stirring series of demonstrations. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
T.O.A. NAMES STAR OF YEAR As the Los Angeles convention of the Theatre Owners of America draws to a close with the traditional President's Banquet, attended by over 1,000 exhibitors and their wives, T.O.A. President Albert M. Pickus presents the organization's Star of the Year Award to Doris Day, featured in Universal-International's forthcoming "MIDNIGHT LACE". NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
WORLD SKI CHAMPIONSHIPS Spectacular speed skiing in the downhill race of the World Skiing Championships in Sweden. Top skiers of two continents plummet down the slopes. The winner, Austria's Christian Pravda, who led his team to a clean sweep of the thrilling event.
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