A model car that drives itself is demonstrated at a research center at Princeton in New Jersey. Technicians raise the hood of the model automobile to show circuitry inside that guides the cars movement. A Charlie McCarthy doll with a cigarette in its mouth is in the drivers seat. The automobile automatically stops or passes other cars to avoid collisions by means of a wire guide installed below it. Another toy car is seen on the test track to demonstrate collision avoidance.
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.
The Princeton Tigers and Harvard Crimson battle it out in the Ivy League Big Three in Princeton, New Jersey. Spectators cheer in the packed stadium. The game progresses. Spectators under umbrellas. The Tigers lead 14-6 at the start of the final quarter. The Princeton Tigers beat the Harvard Crimson 14-12.
A large crowd gathered at the train station and spilling onto the tracks, watches as a steam locomotive, pulls President Woodrow Wilson's special Pullman rail car (the "Superb") into Princeton, New Jersey. He is arriving on September 28, 1916, to vote in the Democratic Primary elections. Closeup of the President stepping from his train car and being escorted by National Guard soldiers and local officials. Next, he is seen walking along a sidewalk, accompanied by New Jersey Governor, James Fairman Fielder. After voting in the primary election (unseen) the President is seen standing with his wife, Edith Galt Wilson, and the Governor, on an outdoor platform, wrapped in patriotic bunting. President Wilson appears to hold some speaking notes. Closeup of people gathered below the platform, including a Boy Scout, and members of the New Jersey Federation of Women’s Clubs. The President steps down from the platform and is given a spade that he uses to plant some trees along the Lincoln Highway. Mrs. Wilson watches along with others in the background.
Brief scenes from life of Dr. Albert Einstein, who died on April 18, 1955, in Princeton, New Jersey. Dr. Albert Einstein relaxed at home, posing for the camera. He is wearing a sweater. He dons his spectacles. Einstein with Yeshiva University President, Samuel Belkin, and New York State Attorney General Nathaniel L. Goldstein, as they present him a model of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. Einstein in an academic procession at Princeton University.
Prime Minister of Israel David Ben-Gurion and physicist Albert Einstein meet in Princeton, New Jersey. David Ben-Gurion disembarks from a car as he arrives in Princeton. He is greeted by Albert Einstein. Exteriors of a house. David Ben-Gurion and Albert Einstein sit and talk.