WHITE SOX WIN AMERICAN LEAGUE PENNANT RACE In Cleveland, the Indians face the White Sox in the American League Pennant Race. Chicago wins its first championship since 1919. The players dance and celebrate in the locker room.
1934 WORLD SERIES The 1934 World Series starts with the Detroit Tigers' manager Mickey Cochrane shaking hands with the Saint Louis Cardinals' manager Frankie Frisch. The pitcher Dizzy Dean helped the Cardinals to win the series and angry Detroit fans throw trash onto the field.
1959 ROSE BOWL 45,000 college football fans see the California Golden Bears and the Iowa Hawkeyes compete in California Memorial Stadium for the Rose Bowl Tournament Game. The Hawkeyes win the game 42 to 12.
Date: January 1, 1959 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:37:00, With Audio
A.A.U. PLATFORM DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS A superb series of performances in the most eye-appealing of all sports in the A.A.U. Platform Diving championships in San Francisco. Gary Tobian won the men's competition while Thora Jean Meyers takes home the women's title. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
NEALE FRASER WINS U.S OPEN TENNIS Aussie tennis ace Neale Fraser twice defeats Alex Olmedo to help send the Davis Cup down under and to win the U.S. Singles championship. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
ARLBERG KANDAHAR SKI MEET The famous Arlberg Kandahar Ski Meet of 1959 at Garmisch is a disaster for some of the world's top downhill racers who come to grief on the treacherous slope. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
N.C.A.A. BASKETBALL FINALS In the N.C.A.A. Basketball finals at Louisville, California edges the West Virginia Mountaineers by one point. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
BILLY CASPER WINS OPEN Dead-eye putting by Billy Casper brings him honors on the links as he wins the Open Golf crown of 1959 at the New York Winged Foot Club. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
COLTS TRAMPLE GIANTS FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Battling in Baltimore's Memorial Stadium, with Richard Nixon watching from the stands, the New York Giants make it a close contest against the defending champs, the Baltimore Colts. The fourth quarter turns into a rout with Johnny Unitas quarterbacking the Colts to a staggering final score of 31-16 making the Colts the pro champions again. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
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