Football players of Louisiana State University train under Coach Bernie H. Moore in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. They work hard to win the Southern Conference Title. The LSU football players undergo a training work-out. They stand in a line and fall straight one by one, then do a rocking push-ups exercise. The players do passing practice with a dodger. They push a cage of their mascot, Mike, a tiger.
Newspapers role off a printing press, with headline announcing the assassination of Huey Long. U.S. Senator from Louisiana. Scene of Senator Long standing with his wife, Rose (McConnell) Long. He is wearing a light summer suit and she is wearing a wide brimmed hat.
Construction work on 1200 Mile gas pipeline in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Construction crew works. Digging and welding in progress. Equipment and construction material. Pipeline lay down through cranes.
The assassination of United States Senator Huey Pierce Long from Louisiana in 1935. A past event shows Long standing with a woman outside a building. People gather in a large number for the funeral of Long. Soldiers march.
Assembly line workers in the Ford River Rouge plant attach Ford car body to car chassis. Henry Ford and his son, Edsel Ford, examine a Ford Model 18, with a V8 engine. Next scene is outdoors, with Edsel Ford seated behind the wheel of the one millionth Ford V8 car, a Deluxe Fordor sedan, which rolled off the line on June 20, 1934. Henry Ford and another company official stand beside the sedan. Next scene shows the two millionth 8 cylinder Ford car driving on the road. Prominent Lettering painted on the car identifies it as the 2 millionth Ford V8, a 1935 model 48 sedan. A line of several more 1935 model 48 sedans follow on the road behind it. Final scene shows Edsel Ford and Henry Ford in a 1936 Ford Deluxe Sedan as it is coming off of the final assembly line.
Exxon Valdez oil spill in Prince William Sound in Valdez, Alaska. A sign on a building reads 'Coast Guard Vessel Traffic Center Marine Safety Office Valdez Alaska'. A car parked outside the building. Captain of the Coast Guard Commander Steven McCall explains a chart. Aerial view of the tanker terminal. A tug boat to asses the damage. A silver bullet boat to rescue the personnel aboard the oil tanker. Skimmers and tanks prepared. Oil spilled in Prince William Sound. Coast guard personnel on the oil tanker to asses the damage. The Exxon Baton Rouge attempts to offload crude oil from the Exxon Valdez in the Prince William Sound. A small boat near the ship.