STYLES IN SUITS AND SUDS The fashion camera visits McSorley's historic Ale House for a nostalgic look at the good old days--and compare men's styles of today. The bulky clothes of yesteryear stand second best to modern lightweight suits--but the style in suds is much the same. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN UMPIRE The first Negro umpire in big-time baseball is Emmett Ashford, whose vigorous showmanship draws the fans cheers. He's popular with players and coaches too, who don't argue his decisions. Ashford's booming "Stee-rike" is final. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
INTERNATIONAL HAIR STYLES New hair-dos are introduced by top stylists at the International Beauty Show in New York. Most are convertible to suit the mood. Featured are the Manhattan, the Venetian, and the Parisian.
MIDNIGHT LACE HAT COLLECTION Millinery creations by Mr. John in the Midnight Lace collection including "incandescent evening" and "toast to beauty" were inspired by the Universal-International movie titled "Midnight Lace". NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
MEN'S SUITS AND OUTERWEAR OF 1959 A continental flair to a belt-in-the-back men's jacket is matched with a women's masculine-styled blazer in a collection of Italian outerwear. The men's suits remain classic and simple but without cuffs to show off the shoes.
STYLES OF 1934 Ferdinand of Paris creates the updo hairstyles that were the most popular in 1934. A milliner's models of her customer's heads show off the hat styles of 1934. A show of fur coats in front of Rockefeller Center displays the men's and women's outwear fashions for 1934.
ITALY'S FASHION WAR ON PARIS Italy's high fashion general staff declares war on Paris' style supremacy, revealing a dazzling collection for 1961, assembled from the lines of top Italian designers, and breath-takingly showcased against the classic landmarks of the Eternal City. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
MOB STORMS FIELD AS GIANTS TOP BROWNS The New York Giants win the pro Eastern Conference Championship in an awesome display of gridiron power as they down their arch rivals 48-7, but their brilliant showing is far overshadowed by the frenzied mob of fans that storms the field when there's still 113 seconds left to play. The 20-minute fracas is the worst in any sports arena in many years. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
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