Citizens urge for criminal search in Princeton, Florida. A large crowd of citizens gathered at the home of the abducted 5 year old child James Cash Junior. Vehicles parked in front of the combination house and store of the Cash family. A man shows the windows and gateway of the house from where the child was stolen, and screen torn on screen door where abductor gained access. The citizens in town gather together supporting the search for the kidnapped boy. (Later that month Frank McCall confessed to the kidnapping and murder of James Cash Jr.)
College football game between the Princeton Tigers and Yale, held in Princeton, New Jersey. The teams play on the field in their 62nd meeting. Spectators watch the thrilling match. Princeton Tigers team wins over Yale with a score of 20-7. Ambient sound of the crowd cheering is heard.
In 1938 American distance runner and athlete Glenn V. Cunningham wins the race in Princeton, New Jersey. Glenn and U.S. athlete Archie San Romani during the last lap of the race . The spectators seated in a stand as they cheer. Cunningham wins the race.
New York Yankees baseball team in spring training. Players fast-walk onto field, pick up baseball bats. Brief close up of Yankees manager Joe McCarthy. Long shot of players catching and throwing baseballs, including #21 Spud Chandler and #24 Ivy Andrews. Shot of longtime Yankees shortstop and coach Frankie Crosetti (#1) throwing. Shot of Yankees pitcher and Hall of Famer Red Ruffing (with dimple on chin). Overhead view of exhibition game.
St. Louis Cardinals baseball team practices at spring training, 1938, in St. Petersburg Florida. Shots of team warming up in stadium. Shot of pitcher Paul Dean posing with his brother, Hall of Fame pitcher Dizzy Dean. Closeups of Dizzy Dean smiling, throwing. Shot of Cardinals manager and Hall of Fame second baseman Frankie Frisch. Cardinal player hits fly ball, palm trees in background. Outfielder and Hall of Famer Joe Medwick catches ball. Two young boys intently watch the action. Pitcher Lon Warneke (#18) throws. Outfielder Pepper Martin (#1) bunts and races down to first base. (Note: Dizzy Dean, who had a sore arm, would be traded to the Chicago Cubs just before the start of the 1938 season.)
Fifteen thousand gather at Hialeah park to see there favorite horse sprint in the annual derby, Flamingo Stakes in Florida. Lawrin, a three year old American thoroughbred gallops from back and emerges a proud winner. Jockey on back of Lawrin poses for camera after victory. January 1938.