L.A. DODGERS WIN WORLD SERIES In the World Series, the Los Angeles Dodgers out-hit, out-run, and out-play the White Sox to leap from last season's cellar position to the pinnacle of diamond success. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
JOHANSSON WINS HICKOCK BELT At the Annual Charity Dinner in Rochester, New York, sports writers and broadcasters, Ingemar Johansson receives the 10,000 Hickock Belt as
Professional Athlete of the Year. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
MAZEROSKI'S HOME RUN WINS WORLD SERIES The Pittsburgh Pirates win the World Series on Bill Mazeroski's home run in the bottom of the ninth inning. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
Date: October 13, 1960 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:33:00, With Audio
CHARLES, MARCIANO TRAIN FOR CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT At their respective training camps, challenger Ezzard Charles and Champion Rocky Marciano train for their forthcoming bout. Marciano's blockbuster right is very much in evidence, as he rips a punching bag from its mount in practice--but ex-Champion Charles is showing a new aggressiveness that--added to his ring wisdom--makes him a formidable contender. NOTE: Reporter voice-over requires additional clearances.
PENN STATE WINS FIRST LIBERTY BOWL In Philadelphia, Penn State against Alabama in the first edition of a new post-season classic, the Liberty Bowl. It's a scoreless tussle all the way until a bit of skull-duggery in the form of a fake field goal try brings the Nittany Lions the lone tally and Penn State wins 7-0. NOTE: SOUND A LITTLE HOT BUT WILL BE CORRECTED ON MASTER ORDERS
JACK NICKLAUS WINS NEC GOLF TOURNAMENT Jack Nicklaus wins the 50,000 prize at the NEC World Series of Golf tournament held at the Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio. He beats out Julius Boroz, Arnold Palmer, and Bob Charles.
Date: September 9, 1963 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:30:00, No Audio
MOTORCYCLE MARATHON 113 handlebar jockeys vie for top honors in the sports Kentucky Derby--the gruelling 200 mile A.M.A. national championship. Victory goes to the dark horse Paul Goldsmith, with the sizzling speed of 94.8 mph for the course.
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