Brand new automobiles are demolished in spectacular head-on collisions as part of the proving process of modern motor car manufacture. A motor car is rolled sidewise down a 45 degree hill, righted and then driven off. A camera man records the event with a film camera. A motor car driven at high speed during the test. Tires are blown at 70 miles an hour. All kinds of skidding is indulged in from 30 miles an hour up. Two motor cars are driven at full speed, drivers jump out, resulting in a head on collision.
Teams begin to prepare as football season nears. 200 players for the Indiana Notre Dame team jog and warms up in a field in South Bend, Indiana. They prepare for the upcoming season. Players practice after warming up under the supervision of their coach.
A football match between the Notre Dame Irish and the Purdue Boilermakers in South Bend, Indiana. The stadium on game day. Students stand and form the word 'Irish'. Spectators watch a game and cheer the players. The game in progress. The numbers on the field indicate the number of yards to the nearest end zone. Terry Hanratty and Jim Seymour team up in a great passing combination for three touchdowns. The Irish of Notre Dame score 26 and the Purdue Boilermakers score 14. The Irish win the game.
College football game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers teams, held in South Bend, Indiana. The teams play on the field. Spectators watch and cheer. Notre Dame wins over Minnesota with a score of 19-0.
Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team practice for upcoming games in South Bend, Indiana. Aerial view of the players on a field. The players run and enter the football field. Coach Terry Brennan speaks to them. The players in their uniforms. Terry Brennan smiles. The players performing exercises. American football quarterback Ralph Vincent Guglielmi on the field.
Notre Dame's big football squad during practice session in South Bend, Indiana. Players kick ball. Players exercise. Four men push a wooden bench without legs. They go away and then another four come.