PENNSYLVANIA TRACK & FIELD MEET - 1933 Track stars from around the country compete at the annual Philadelphia track and field meet at Franklin Field. Athletes compete in hurdles, pole vaulting, races, shot putting and more.
COLLEGIATE TRACK AND FIELD GAMES Southern California wins 55th annual collegiate games in Philadelphia, PA. Frank Wykoff, the Trojan Phantom, equals the world mark in 100-yard dash; Victor Wilson sticks a pin into the bubble of Ben Eastman's speed by copping the quarter-mile rune; and Bill Graber climbs over bar at 14 feet 1/2 inch to win pole vault. Sensational performances send the Western forces home to its fourth victory in ten years.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:05:00, No Audio
PRESIDENT HOOVER AT VALLEY FORGE 20,000 gather to welcome President Hoover at the National Shrine in Valley Forge, PA. The Chief Executive addresses a huge throng in the First Memorial Day ceremony held on the site where Washington and his band of hungry patriots endured want an deprivation during the Revolutionary War.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:08:00, No Audio
INDOOR TRACK MEET Records fall as track stars vie in the indoor games in New York, NY. 20,000 fans get one of the season's biggest thrills as young Carl Coan, a virtually unknown runner from the University of Pennsylvania, meeting Ray Conger, champion miler, for the second time in a few days beats the veteran to the tape in the year's greatest upset.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:31:00, No Audio
NOTRE DAME DEFEATS PENNSYLVANIA - 1930 Notre Dame's fighting Irish defeat Pennsylvania 60-20 as 80,000 look on. battles. Marty Brill, discarded once by Pennsylvania gets revenge by making three of the nine touchdowns against his former team.
THOUSANDS GATHER FOR HOME GIVEAWAY - 1930 In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania thousands including Director of Public Safety Goehring gather to get a look at a 30,000 "dream house" being given away as part of a contest sponsored by John H. McClatchy, George Steele of the Inquirer newspaper and the Stanley-Warner Co.
CAVALRY EXERCISES - 1930 Pennsylvania military college students race up and down hills then urge their horses into the water of a nearby stream during cavalry maneuvers. One horse isn't crazy about the water and bucks his rider off.
TRANSPORTATION PARADE & HORATIO ALLEN MONUMENT - 1929 In Pennsylvania, onlookers watch a parade of the evolving means of transportation. Mrs. Lewis, granddaughter of railroad engineer Horatio Lewis, unveils a monument commemorating his memory. Model of the Stourbridge Lion locomotive circa 1929.
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