Newsreel clip highlighting game 7 of baseball's 1964 World Series. Shot of small Cardinals flags. Stands of Sportsman's Park in St. Louis filled to capacity. Cardinals score when in fourth inning when wild throw to first base allows Ken Boyer to score. Mel Stottlemyre pitches to Dal Maxvill but Cardinals pull a double steal, allowing Tim McCarver to score. Maxvill singles to right, scoring another run. Later in the game, Ken Boyer hits home run to left field, putting Cardinals on top 7-3. Final score would be 7-5, giving the Cardinals their first world championship since 1946.
Monkeys show balancing stunts at Saint Louis Zoological Park in St. Louis, Missouri. A monkey on a toy car. A monkey balances on a wheel. A monkey balances on a stand and a animal trainer places another monkey on the top. Spectators watch the stunts. A monkey kisses a young boy. A trainer holds hand of one of the monkeys and walks. Monkeys walk in tandem.
Aviator Charles Lindbergh returns from Cuba. His plane approaches and lands in Saint Louis, Missouri. A large crowd awaits to welcome him. People help the plane halt on the wet and muddy field. Officials greet Lindbergh as he climbs out of the cockpit. Lindbergh in flying gear, stands before his plane 'Spirit of Saint Louis'. Lindbergh in the cockpit
Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT) company's coast-to-coast passengers proceed on their flight legs from Saint Louis, Missouri to Waynoka, Oklahoma. TAT employee closes door on Ford 5-AT-B tri-motor passenger airplane, at St. Louis airport. Ground crewman plugs in compressed air hose to assist start of engine number three. TAT logo seen on side of the airplane. Next, the airplane taxis and takes off on plowed runway of snow-covered field. Animated map shows airplane heading to Kansas City, Missouri. View of cockpit as co-pilot shows weather report to pilot. Shift to a TAT weather station where meteorologists launch a balloon to check winds aloft. Closeup of the pilot's weather report being prepared. TAT officer serving a lunch to passengers in the plane. View from airplane of Kansas City, and then aerial view as it descends to Wichita, Kansas. Pilots in cockpit. Copilot radios Wichita. View of TAT radio operator responding and saying they should lookout for Lindbergh who is flying the route today. Next, Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh is seen flying past the Ford Tri-motor in his Curtiss Falcon biplane. Passengers look out to see him. View from the passenger plane descending over the city of Wichita, Kansas. Animated map shows next stop as Waynoka, Oklahoma. View from the air of numerous oil derricks in Oklahoma. Passengers leaving the airplane and boarding a trailer-bus at Waynoka. Closeup of flowers and sign on restaurant table, reading, "TAT, Reserved for TAT travelers." Passengers dining.
Newsreel clip entitled "Cards Trump Yanks," showing game 7 of baseball's 1964 World Series. Sportsman's Park in St. Louis filled to capacity. Cardinals score when in fourth inning when wild throw to first base brings home Ken Boyer. With Mel Stottlemyre pitching for Yankees, Cardinals pull a double steal, allowing Tim McCarver to score. Dal Maxvill drives in a run with single to right. Yankees great Mickey Mantle hits three-run homer in the sixth inning, cutting Cardinals lead to 6-3. Ken Boyer connects for homer in the seventh, making it 7-3. Yankees hit two home runs in the ninth but Cardinals pitcher Bob Gibson bears down to get final out on popup by Bobby Richardson. Cardinals mob Gibson, celebrate the team's first World Championship since 1946.
A basketball match played between the Boston Celtics and the St. Louis Hawks during the NBA (National Basketball Association) championship in St. Louis, Missouri. The game in progress. Spectators cheer. Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks scores 21 points in the first half. By the end of the game, Bob Pettit scores a then-playoff record of 50 points. The St. Louis Hawks defeat the Boston Celtics with a score of 110-109.