Girls in their swimsuits mash potatoes in the world's largest dish measuring four by six feet in size in Bend,Oregon. People lined up to see the dish. Girls serve ice cream cones to them.
Mummers parade in Philadelphia. Parade passes along Broad Street. Men in enormous fancy costumes. Men carry a baby in fancy dress. Behind them is a car with sign reading "Oregon NYA." Various decorative floats in the parade. Various groups perform. Bands march and play. Numerous spectators watch the parade. Policemen on horseback patrol along the parade route.
Football match played between Notre Dame and Drake in South Bend, Indiana. A large crowd gathers to watch the match. Match in progress. Notre Dame wins the match 21-0.
An American football match between Oregon State and the Oregon Ducks in Eugene, Oregon. Spectators seated in a stadium watch the match. The match in progress. Oregon State wins the match.
A U.S. Navy Training. A mosaic shows athletes on a track, a baseball game, a tennis game, people boxing, people exercising and two men wrestling. A U.S. sailor talks about basics of hand to hand combat. Two sailors show different methods of attack and counterattack. One of the sailor attacks another sailor. The second sailor wrestles with him and drops him on the ground. Stance for counter attack. Two sailors demonstrate in front of other sailors. One of the sailors raises and folds his arms and keeps his feet slightly apart. He puts his hand on the shoulder of the other sailor. He shows the edge of his palm and puts it just below the jawbone on the neck of the other sailor. He brings the edge of the palm near the mouth and the bridge of the nose of the other sailor. The other sailor bends. The first sailor brings the edge of his palm on the back of the neck of second sailor. The sailor shows how to attack the stomach, the neck and the eyes with the jab of the hand. He shows how to attack the groin with the edge of the palm. He uses his foot to step on the other sailor's foot and to hit the shin or the groin. He then shows how to attack with the knee. Basic Hand holds and Leverages. The sailor grabs the wrist of another sailor with both his hands and twists and bends the arms. The other sailor doubles over. The first sailor grabs his neck and bends him backward, lifts his leg and drops him on the ground. Breaking grips hand holds. One of the sailors grips the wrist of another sailor who twists and frees himself.
Sailors learn methods of attack and counterattack of hand to hand combat during a training program of the navy in the United States. Two sailors demonstrate defense against knife downward thrust. One of the sailors approaches the other with a knife. The sailor grasps his wrist with one hand, locks the assailant's arm by passing his other arm under and across the assailant's arm, bends his arm and throws him on the ground. The knife falls down. Defense against knife upward thrust. As the assailant approaches the sailor with a knife, he grips the wrist of the assailant with both his hands, forces his hand back, delivers a knee lift in the groin, bends the wrist and causes the knife to fall down. Next they demonstrate defense against side thrust with knife. As the assailant approaches with a knife, the sailor grips his wrist and secures his arm under the shoulder and bends causing the assailant and the knife to drop. He picks it up. Club is used for defense against knife. As the assailant attacks with a knife, the sailor uses a club to break the attack and jabs the assailant in the stomach with the club.