The world's first underwater boxing match at Silver Springs in Florida near Ocala. A young woman referees while "Davey Jones" serves as cameramen. The boxers are dubbed, "Mike Bass" and "Willie Salmon" as they flounder underwater.
The Silver Springs in Florida, United States. An animated map of Florida depicting the location of the Silver Springs. Two children look into the water. Plant life and fishes underwater. Fishes jump on the surface of the water. Fishes underwater. A swimmer underwater in the spring.
The Silver Springs in Florida, United States. An excursion boat underway on the water surface. Views of the river and the shore. Hunters on a vehicle which uses rollers instead of wheels. The hunters and a dog walk along a railroad track. Views of the river and the shore.
Newsreel shows baseball's Cleveland Indians at spring training in Tucson Arizona, March 1954. This Indians team would go on to win the American League pennant with a league-record 111 wins before losing the World Series. Opening shows manager Al Lopez, with cowboy hat and whip, riding a stagecoach into training camp. Sign above reads "Direct Route to the Pennant." Shot of pitchers (L-R) Mike Garcia, Early Wynn, and Bob Feller simultaneously throwing a pitch. Individual shots of Garcia, Wynn and Lemon throwing. Shot of Feller talking with fellow pitcher Hal Newhouser. Shot of three men challenging for first base position: Rocky Nelson, Luke Easter and Bill Glynn. Final shot of Lopez with whip on stagecoach.
The baseball New York Giants at spring training in Phoenix, March 1954. This team would win the National League pennant and sweep the World Series in four straight games. Fans watch from the stands as two players warm up. Manager Leo Durocher (L) talks to his coaches: Herman Franks, Frank Shellenback, and Freddie Fitzsimmons. Close up of a smiling Durocher. Unknown player and future Hall of Famer Willie Mays do a mock army drill with baseball bats. Announcer notes Mays is returning from army service and is expected to be a big help to the Giants. Pitchers warm up, including new acquisition Johnny Antonelli, second from left.
Senator James Mead of New York in Silver Spring, Maryland. Senator James Mead and Mayor of Louisville Wilson Wyatt inspect temporary re-use war housing. Sign board outside a houses read 'Demountable Houses- Prefabrication', 'Temporary War Housing' and 'Portable Family Dwelling'.