U.S. Army Air Services maneuvers of first Provisional Air Brigade in Ohio. U.S. Army Air Services aircraft in flight over Cincinnati, Ohio. Bombers, attack aircraft, and pursuit planes in formations flying during an exercise over Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.
U.S. Army Air Services maneuvers of First Provisional Air Brigade in Ohio. U.S. Army Air Services MB-2 bomber aircraft in flight over an industrial plant in Cincinnati, Ohio. Aerial view of the plant with smoke coming out from a chimney. P-1C aircraft of the pursuit group in echelon formation flight during a maneuver. Aircraft in flight.
U.S. Army Air Services maneuvers of First Provisional Air Brigade at Wilbur Wright field in Dayton , Ohio. U.S. Army Air Services MB-2s take off from the Wilbur Wright airfield to bomb the bridges across River Ohio in Cincinnati. Brigadier General James Fechet on the flight line. He takes his position ion the rear cockpit of O-1 and leaves the aircraft. Aircraft taxis and takes off. Aircraft including MB-2s in flight.
Cincinnati defeats Ohio to take the basketball title in United States. Teams from Cincinnati and Ohio states play a basketball match. Players basket the ball. Cincinnati wins the match and the title.
The reopening of Keiths Theatre in Cincinnati Ohio, with the premiere of "The Magnificent Doll". The event is a benefit for the War Nurses National Memorial Fund. Proceeds to go for the building of a hospitality house for nurses of World War II. Ginger Rogers seen arriving in a white fur coat and making he way through the gathered crowd, and toward the movie theater entrance. The theater marquee is shown, lighted by special gasoline operated cleat lights. The marquee says, "Ginger Rogers, David Niven, Burgess Meredith. Magnificent Doll." Other Hollywood notables are on hand for the screening and pose for the camera. Cincinnati Mayor James Garfield Stewart is seen holding the check to be given to the benefit fund, and talking with Ginger Rogers.
The Cincinnati Reds defeat the Detroit Tigers in game 7 of the 1940 World Series to capture that year's major league baseball title. Shot of crowd at Crosley Field in Cincinnati Ohio watching the game. In second inning, the Tigers' Hank Greenberg (#5) is tagged out by the Reds' second baseman Eddie Joost in a rundown between second and third base, ending a Tiger scoring threat. Crowd cheers. In seventh inning, Tigers pitcher Bobo Newsom (#12) gives up a fly ball to Reds shortstop Billy Myers, allowing Jimmy Ripple to score what would prove to be the winning run in the 2-1 Reds victory. Hundreds of fans rush onto the field and celebrate with at the end of the game.