Roosevelt sees son in crew race', shows officers and cadets at the United States Naval Academy salute as President Franklin D. Roosevelt inspects the Academy in Annapolis in Maryland. He watches his son in a crew race as the Navy team goes onto defeat Harvard Jayvee Eight.
First Lord of the British Admiralty Sir Eric Geddes visits the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland towards the end of World War I.. Sir Eric Geddes arrives at Union Station of Washington DC. British Admiral Alexander Duff, U.S. Secretary of Navy Josephus Daniels, U.S. Navy Admiral W.S. Benson and A. H. Robertson arrive at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis. U.S. Navy Admiral Edward Walter Eberle stands in front of the pillars of the building. The group of British and U.S. Navy officers tour the Naval Academy.
Shows children of the U.S. Navy families taking part in a boxing tournament at Annapolis in Maryland, USA. Scenes showing boxing matches between several child contestants.
Blind Senator Thomas D. Schall of Minnesota fires a revolver at a target in Berwyn Heights, Maryland. He is guided by the sound of a wand tapped on the bulls-eye by his youngest son Richard. (Note: This newsreel was released December 23, 1935. Senator Schall was killed by a hit and run driver on December 19, 1935 while he was walking across the Baltimore-Washington Parkway within days of this footage being shot, earlier in December 1935 ).
20000 football fans watch a thrilling game of football at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland,United States. The Navy Midshipman "Middies" win a thrilling 26-0 victory over William and Mary. Navy sunk the opposition by long passes and line plunges. Loud cheering from the crowd can be heard.
U.S. Naval Academy football players "Middie Gridders" train under Coach Rip Miller in Annapolis, Maryland. View of a football with 'Navy 1931' written on it. Midshipmen on field, run, exercise and undergo training for the football season. Coach Rip Miller gives instructions to the team. Tackle and blocking practice using dummies.