WORLD WEIGHT-LIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS Muscle men from all over the world vie in the World Weight-lifting championships in Austria. Shemansky of the U.S. wins the heavyweight title with a thrilling lift of 300 pounds, a new record.
TEXAS BEATS ALABAMA IN THE ORANGE BOWL Alabama and Texas square off in the Orange Bowl of 1965. Ernie Koy makes a 79 yard touchdown run. Joe Namath is quarterback for Alabama. Alabama blocks a field goal attempt which results in two possession turn-overs leaving Texas with the ball. Texas stops Alabama three times near the endzone keeping the score 21 to 17. The Texas Longhorns win.
Date: January 1, 1965 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:02:10:00, No Audio
BRADDOCK & LOUIS SIGN FIGHT AGREEMENT Heavyweight champion James J. Braddock and up-and-coming boxer Joe Louis sign the agreement to fight for the title. The two champs mug it up for the camera afterwards.
BASTILLE DAY CELEBRATED IN FRANCE Bastille Day celebrated in France. A marching military band fills the streets on the Champs Elysees. President Jacques Chiraq stands in the back of a vintage open top automobile waving at the crowds as he is driven through the streets.
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Date: July 14, 2003 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:22:00, With 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.
NICKLAUS WINS MASTERS BY A STROKE The Masters Tournament in Augusta, Ga., totes a bag of thrills for the record crowd as golf's top aces battle right down to the wire. It's the 23-year-old Jack Nicklaus who comes out on top as he comes through the final round with even par and 286 for the tourney. He's one happy fellow as he puts on the winner's jacket.
TOP SKI JUMPERS VIE FOR CROWN Anston Samuelsten, Norwegian-born Ski Jumper, gives the crowd of 7,500 something to talk about as he wins the national championships at Fox River Grove near Chicago, Steve Rieschl of Colorado p1aces second among 120 riders of the snow slopes.
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