Purdue wins against Michigan during a college football game in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The crowd in the stadium cheers the teams. The game begins. The Purdue Boilermakers play against the Michigan Wolverines. At half time, the teams are tied at 14. The fans watching the game cheer the players. The third quarter of the game being played. In the final quarter of the game Michigan needed two points to win. At the end of the game the Purdue Boilermakers win with a score of 21 and upset the Michigan Wolverines who scored only 20 points.
Inaugural game at new football stadium for University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Band parades on grounds of the new Michigan Stadium. Large crowd. Game between University of Michigan's 'Wolverines' and Ohio State University. Michigan Governor Fred W Green and Ohio Governor Alvin Victor Donahey shake hands. Michigan defeats Ohio State, 21 to 0.
View of a Football game played between Michigan and Michigan State teams. In the first quarter Michigan takes the lead with a score of 7-0. Crowd of more than 100,000 cheering. Combination of Steve Juday and Sherman Lewis level scores and game winds up in a tie, with a score 7-7.
The Michigan Wolverines defeats the Northwestern Wildcats at an American football match in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Wolverines defeat Wildcats by 15-6 in the first game between the schools in seven years. Large crowd gathers to see the match.
Dr. Jonas Salk at a press conference in Ann Arbor Michigan, United States. Cars parked outside The Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies at the University of Michigan. People stand outside the school building. Dr. Jonas Salk and another physician in the conference hall. Dr. Jonas Salk and the other researcher pose. Journalists and other people seated in a conference hall. The doctors who produced the polio vaccine on the stage. Men take pictures. The vaccine is rolled out of the drug house. Cartons of the vaccine taken out and kept on the trolley. A man with a clipboard. A man puts labels on the boxes. Dr. Jonas Salk speaks about the polio vaccine during a press conference (this latter part of the clip contains audio).
Teachers and students form a line as they enter Greefield Village on a field trip. Students in courtyard,with docent speaking to them. Students assembling in courtyard as they enter Greenfield Village. Group of students walking along sidewalk. Others passing the 17th Century Sussquehanna House. View of the 18th Century Secretary House, home of the first Secretary of State for New Hampshire. The 19th Century Greek Revival, Ann Arbor House, once occupied by Robert Frost. Students enter a Carding House, where spinning wheel and weaving are demonstrated.The Wright Brothers bicycle shop.The home of Noah Webster. A log building and McGuffey readers. Photo montage showing Clock Tower, winter scene with sled, and Mississippi river boat. Visitors,in the Ford Museum,look at cornerstone inscribed by Thomas Edison.Exhibits of home furnishings, silver (including Paul Revere collection) and pottery collections, in the museum.Little girls looking into a shop in the street of shops at the museum. Allegheny steam locomotive and numerous cars in transportation section of the museum. The Roper Steam carriage of 1863 and other historic vehicles.The first Aircraft guidance device. Exhibits illustrating the history of lighting. A hall of exhibits showing development of steam power.A nun in habit, with companion in the hall of wood and metal working machines. School children looking at exhbits of farm threshers and reapers. The clock tower of the Village.Visitors walking through the complex. Newspaper headline announces death of Henry Ford, at age 83, in 1947.Gravestone of Henry Ford showing birth of July 30, 1863 and death April 7, 1947. Negative image of Ford on his Quadricycle with Greenfield Village Clock Tower behind.