A repatriation ship carrying 1,025 Japanese taken as prisoners by Russia during the end of World War II arrives at the Port of Maizuru in Japan. Ashes of the dead Japanese being brought down the ship in white bags. Japanese captives held by Russia in Siberian camps disembark from the ship and meet their family and friends.
A lumber mill located near Maizuru, Japan. Interior of the lumber mill where large logs are being cut by means of an automatic saw machine. Boards are being cut into ½ inch width for use in repairing repatriation ships at the Eno Ship Building Company, Maizuru. The logs float in a lumber pond waiting to be cut into boards. A half completed wooden frame structure on a hillside near the main highway from Kyoto to Sonobe. This building was to be used as a small factory.
Japanese repatriates return to Japan from Russia. Japanese ship Daiiku Maru underway in sea. Mountains in the background. Smoke rises from the chimney of a ship. Japanese repatriates stand near the railing of the ship. A sign on the ship reads : "Daiiku Maru". The repatriates arrive in a truck at a center. Trucks loaded with prisoners. The prisoners get off from a truck. Interior of a train: The repatriates seated in a train. A sign outside a building: " Maizuru Repatriates Relief Bureau" in Maizuru, Kyoto.
Japanese people released by Red China return home after 12 years. Ships and boats at the Maizuru Harbor in Japan. A man and a child in his lap wave. Men and women come ashore from the ships. Wounded are brought down on stretchers. The released men and women cross the pier to reunite with their families. People hold banners and signs. An emotional reunion as people cry on meeting their loved ones.
The Song Is Called Honeysuckle Rose. Featuring Benny Goodman On Clarinet. Rex Peer On Trombone. Mel Davis On Trumpet. Budd Johnson On Saxophone. Also Featuring Japanese Musicians On Drums (George Kawaguchi), Clarinet(Eiji Kitamura [right] & Shoji Suzuki [left]), Bass(Go Ueda), Guitar(Shungo Sawada), and Piano(Hachidai Nakamura).
Stands are crowded with spectators at University of Oklahoma's Owen Field, in Norman, Oklahoma, for a game between the Oklahoma "Sooners" and "the fighting Irish" of Notre Dame, on November 16, 1957. Although Oklahoma came into the game with a 47 game winning streak,they lose this game to Notre Dame, 7 to zero.
In the telling play, Quarterback Bob Williams (number 9) throws to back, Dick Lynch (number 25) , who runs around the right end, untouched, for the only touchdown in this upset game. (Stickles, of Notre Dame kicked the extra point to make it a 7-0 ballgame.)
Scene shifts to presentation of the Heisman trophy to halfback, John David Crow, of Texas A&M on December 11, 1957.
Sequence shifts again, to football fans watching Canada's Grey Cup Classic,on November 30th, 1957. They see a long Winnipeg pass intercepted by Hamilton player, Ray Bawel, who runs it back for a sure touchdown, when he suddenly falls, having been tripped by Winnipeg fan, David Humphrey, who was standing on the sideline. Bawel gets up angrily, and goes back toward Humphrey, but is restrained by officials. Another unusual 1957 game is shown in which the players contend with rain and mud that makes play practically impossible.