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.
MAX SCHMELING TRAINS FOR UPCOMING FIGHT Max Schmeling gets into shape for his upcoming fight with Joe Louis through archery, jogging and sparring with a partner. The locals of Speculator, New York enjoy a ringside view of his practice bouts.
SCHMELING & LOUIS WEIGH IN BEFORE REMATCH Joe Louis and Max Schmeling weigh in at Madison Square Garden on the evening of their sensational rematch fight. The Brown Bomber will triumph later in the one-round fight knocking Schmeling down repeatedly and winning the match in less than three minutes.
Date: June 22, 1938 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:43:00, With Audio
HOOVER WATCHES GAME THREE OF 1931 WORLD SERIES Hoover sees the Cardinals trounce the Athletics in the third game of the World Series in Philadelphia, PA. -- timely hitting, and brilliant field play mark the second straight victory of Gabby Street's St. Louis nine over Connie Mack's boys. The chief executive, and ardent fan, watches the American League entry for the first time lose a contest which he attends.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:42:00, No Audio
CAVALCADE WINS 1934 KENTUCKY DERBY Thousands crowd the Churchill Downs for the 60th Kentucky Derby. While the horses race around the track many in the crowd hold their own race trying to get to the next spot to see the action before Cavalcade and jockey Mack Garner win in a sudden burst of speed. Sports announcer Graham McNamee is on hand to describe the spectacular race.
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