An oscilloscope radar display shows unidentified flying objects (UFO) in sky at night. A man's finger points out unidentified objects in film.
1957 World Series game 1 baseball between New York Yankees and Milwaukee Braves at Yankee Stadium in New York. People crowd outside the stadium. The spectators enter the stadium to watch the game. The fans seated in the stands. Yankees manager Casey Stengel and Braves manager Fred Haney pose. The spectators in the stand. Legion Junior League star Freddy Prox throws in the game ball to start the game. The baseball game underway. Warren Spahn of Braves pitching in the 5th inning as Jerry Coleman gets his second hit with a single. With two outs, Hank Bauer hits a double to center field past Hank Aaron, and Coleman scores the first run of the game. in the 6th Inning Yankees' Nelson Howard hits a single. Yogi Berra is walked by Spahn. Andy Carey then gets a single and Howard scores, making the score 2-0 Yankees leading. Next shows more fans cheering, then Jerry Coleman facing Braves pitcher Ernie Johnson. Johnson bunts and Yogi Berra scores from third. In the 7th inning, Wes Covington hits a double off of pitcher Whitey Ford. Covington later scores, but the Braves fall to the Yankees by a score of 3 to 1.
Indianapolis 500 Mile Race at Indiana Motor Speedway in Speedway, Indiana. Large crowd of spectators gathered at the Indiana Motor Speedway. Indianapolis 500 Mile,American automobile race begins. Parnelli Jones's car breakdowns during the race. Anthony Joseph Foyt wins the race.
Tangled wreck of an Illinois Central train that was derailed after hitting a motorist driving along the tracks at Covington in Tennessee. Large crowd gathers at the crash site. Wreckage of the victim's car.
Scenes from Inland Steel Company plant in East Chicago, Indiana. Men work in a plant. Raw materials for steel production. Coal and limestone transported. Trucks transport raw materials. Iron ore blasted, crushed and ground with water. Magnetic drums rotate in slurry. 60 percent iron ore is rolled into pellets. Men at controls. Raw materials coal, limestone and iron ore are unloaded. Coal sent in cooking oven. Pig iron produced. Molted iron sample is taken.
Baseball pitching great Edward Charles "Whitey" Ford announces his retirement in the spring of 1967. Dressed in a civilian suit and tie, he is seen running from the Yankee dugout, past Mickey Mantle, #7, onto the field, and acknowledging the aclaim of the fans crowding Yankee stadium. Narrator notes that Ford retires with more wins than any other pitcher in Yankee team history. Fprd stands in the infield, as fans rise from their seats to give him a standing ovation. Camera zooms in on cheering fans and Photographers taking pictures. Later, an emotional Ford fights back tears before he steps before microphones