1939 SPORTS MONTAGE A sporting montage from 1939:
-The U.S. polo team versus the British in the International Challenge Cup.
-The University of California rowing team wins the Poughkeepsie Regatta crown on the Hudson.
-slow motion high-board diving of Olympic athletes.
-Reidar Anderson, Norwegian ski jumping champ.
-Motorcycle hill-climbing with its exciting and dangerous assaults on impossible slopes.
-Henry Picard, "pro" champ, captured the P.G.A. title after a thrilling dual with Byron Nelson.
1939 U.S. OPEN TENNIS The court queen Alice Marble defends her National tennis title by defeating Miss Helen Jacobs in a thrilling match at Forest Hills, New York. In the men's finals, "Bobbie" Riggs wins easily over young Welby Van Horn, in straight sets.
1950S INDUSTRY ON PARADE Industry title credits for program entitled, "Industry on Parade," produced by the National Association of Manufacturers." Titles are superimposed against a backdrop of construction sites and mechanical tools.
Date: 1950s - BLACK/WHITE Source: SHOT ON 35n, exists on BetaSP Length: 00:00:32:00, No Audio
1962 NATIONAL FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS The contestant who cuts a fancy figure at the National Figure Skating Championships is a 12-year-old, Scott Allen. He finishes second to an old man, 17-year-old Monty Hoyt. Mrs. Barbara Roles-Pursley wins the Women's Title, making a comeback after two years in retirement.
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