Motorists fall during an up hill race in Cary, Illinois. Motor bikers move up a hill at a contest in Cary, Illinois. Many fall and come down the dirt track during the course up a hill. Bikers lose their bikes on the course.
The annual escalator ride in Cary, Illinois. Riders ride their motorbikes on a steep slope. They fall on the slope. A crowd gathers on either side of the slope to watch the riders. A car in the background.
Scenes from a snow skiing ski jump Pre-Olympics Tournament in Cary, Illinois. Norwegian stars perform ski jumps. A large area of a steep hill with a jump is covered with snow. Spectators stand and watch the tournament. Kaare Walberg breaks the hill record in the ski jump. Sigmund Ruud and Birger Ruud perform dual jumps in ski jumping. Several men fall while landing their ski jumps.
Glimpse of U.S. Army gun crew operating a 3-inch M3 Anti Aircraft gun. Glimpse of 1st Lt Joseph H. Eastman and Captain Eddie Rickenbacker standing beside Rickenbacker's SPAD S.XIII #1 parked in front of a hangar at Foucaucourt Aerodrome, France, 1918. Sequence shifts to 1936, and office of Rickenbacker, now President of Eastern Airlines. A poster on the wall contains memorabilia from the 94th Aero Squadron, with which Rickenbacker flew in World War I. Camera pans over photographes bordering the poster. Next, Rickenbacker is seen conversing with his guest, Cyrus R. Smith, President of American Airlines, as they look at a picture of Rickenbacker and his Spad airplane, signed by numerous pilots who also served with the 94th Aero Squadron. A mounted model of a Douglas DC-3 airplane sits atop a table in the foreground. Rickenbacker and C.R. Smith, both hold onto the DC-3 airplane model as they shake hands. Closeup of the DC-3 model as Rickenbacker rotates it before the camera. (Note: Both Smith and Rickenbacker, presidents of their respective airlines, had mutual admiration for the Douglas DC-3 airliner. In 1934,Smith arranged to purchase 20 new DC-3 airplanes from the Douglas Aircraft Company. American's first DC-3 "Flagship Illinois," had its maiden flight on June 25, 1936. Eastern Airlines took delivery of its first DC-3 in December 1936.)
Doris Day and Cary Grant with Baseball players Mickey Mantle of Yankees and Dodgers player to promote their film "That touch of Mink" in Los Angeles, California. They talk. Doris talks to man. Players of Los Angeles Angels team members talk with Doris and Cary. Doris and Cary see Baseball match. Both with New York Yankees players Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris and Yogi Berra. Yankees. Cary and Doris cheers.
A golf match at Tam O'Shanter Golf Course in Chicago. People stand behind a roped off area to watch the All-American Tourney. Players on the ground. The crowd applauds. Memphis dentist, Dr. Cary Middlecoff wins the match.