Newsreel clip on baseball's July 7, 1959 All-Star Game -- the first of two games played that year. Clip opens with view of the 35,000 fans jammed into PIttsburgh's Forbes Field for the daytime game. With score tied 1-1 in the seventh inning, the Chicago Cubs' Ernie Banks (seen in brief closeup) hits a long drive off the left field wall, runs into second for a double. Milwaukee's Del Crandall then singles to score Banks and give the National League a 2-1 lead. Fans stand and cheer as the Pittsburgh Pirates' Bill Mazeroski comes to bat. Mazeroski gets hit to left field to score Crandall. In the eighth inning, the Chicago White Sox' Nellie Fox gets a single to ignite a rally. The Baltimore Orioles Gus Triandos hits a double to put American League in front 4-3. But in the bottom of the eighth, hits by Ken Boyer and Hank Aaron tie the game. Then Willie Mays (seen in closeup) hits a long drive just beyond the reach of the center fielder. Forbes Field's ivy-covered outfield wall seen in the shot. Mays' triple scores Aaron to put National League on top 5-4. Brief view of the scoreboard. In the ninth inning, Harvey Kuenn pops up to the end the game.
Infrastructure of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Views of St. Paul's Cathedral, Soldiers Memorial and Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. The University of Pittsburgh and Schenley High School. Pittsburgh Athletic Club and Masonic Temple. Heinz Company Plant in the industrial district. The entrance gate of Highland Park. Bears and llama in the Highland Park Zoo.
Football game in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. 61,000 spectators gather to watch a game of football between Carnegie Tech (Carnegie Mellon University) and Pittsburgh Panthers football teams. Carnegie Tech wins the game by 20-10 to defeat Pittsburgh Panthers.
Transport and infrastructure in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Incline railways carry passengers up and down the steep Pittsburgh hills. Automobiles driven onto incline railway car. Views of incline railways in operation. The business district of Pittsburgh. Automobiles, pedestrians, horse drawn vehicle traffic on the street in the industrial district. The Ford Motor Company Plant. A mansion in a residential area.
Collegiate football game played between the University of PIttsburgh "Pitt Panthers" and the Fordham University Rams, played in Pittsburgh. A large crowd watches the game. The game in progress. The Pitt Panthers win the game.
A collegiate football game between the Navy Midshipmen and Pittsburgh Panthers of the University of Pittsburgh in the United States. The game starts. Spectators seated in the stands as they watch the match and cheer. James Traficant is quarterback for Pitt as they defeat Navy. The score board reads Navy 14 and Pittsburgh 28.