Highlights of college football game between Southern Methodist University Mustangs and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The film opens with a glimpse of a Southern Methodist band member leading several others as he runs across the field carrying a Confederate battle flag, just before the football game begins. Next, Mustang quarterback, Fred Benners (No.47) is seen throwing a long pass to Benton Musselwhite (No. 21) who runs for a touchdown. View of crowd cheering. Notre Dame is seen next in their "I" formation from which John Mazur (No.1) falls back before successfully passing to Bill Barrett (No. 37) for a gain. The Irish follow this with a play by running back Paul Reynolds (No.18) who takes the ball over the goal line to close the point gap. Notre Dame supporters cheer. Then, with SMU in possession, Quarterback Benners is rushed and gets off another pass, this time to Russell (No.24). On the next down, Benners and Russell repeat another pass to score and SMU leads 13 to 6 in the first period. SMU supporters cheer wildly. The next highlight shows a Notre Dame 4th down punt that results in a fumble recovered by Notre Dame. Next, Mazur of Notre Dame throws to Chet Ostrowski (No. 63) in the end zone to tie the score. The next highlight shows Benners throwing to Russell, again, for a 45 yard gain. He follows this with a pass to Ben White in the end zone to put SMU ahead 20 to 13 at the half. View of cheering crowd and the Notre Dame team standing on the sidelines. The next scene shows SMU executing a running play with Jerry Norton (No. 44) carrying the ball until he is tackled near the 40 yard line. Then, Norton carries again for another 20 yards. This is followed by another pass by Benners to White, to win the game, with final score SMU 27 to Notre Dame 20.
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.
Football Team from University of Notre Dame plays football on snow covered field in South bend, Indiana. Players of Notre Dame run. Coach of Notre Dame, Francis William Leahy. Players do physical exercise. They push wooden horses on snow to practice blocking. Frank Leahy talks to an official. Players play football. A player catches football in mud.
In South Bend, Indiana, views of a "Giant Car" Studebaker roadster built by a group of 60 craftsmen working under Studebaker's Paul Auman. This giant scale version 1931 model 80 Studebaker Four Season Roadster was used in the film "Wild Flowers." The Giant Car is 41 feet long with a wheel base of 325 inches. It is 13 1/2 feet high, 15 feet wide, and weighed 5 1/2 tons. Men drive up beside the giant President roadster in a normal vehicle. Some use a rope ladder to climb up into the giant car and others climb up the wheel fender and then onto the hood. A boy is shown trying unsuccessfully to climb up a giant wheel of the car (each wire wheel was 6 feet 8 inches in diameter and weighed 600 pounds). The boy's small pedal car is seen beside the Giant Car tire. A police officer in a motorcycle rides up beside the giant car. He places a board-style 'Police Ticket' on the running board and then climbs up onto the running board to present the ticket to a woman who is behind the wheel of the giant roadster.
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.
Employees occupy plant in sit-down strike in the South Bend, Indiana. Men and women workers sit idly at their machines in the Bendix Products factory. Exteriors of a building with workers milling around. Workers refuse to leave the plant at all while their organization demands the dissolution of a company union.