A dancing elephant at a theater-restaurant in Sparks, Nevada. The elephant dances with children. Young boys and girls dance with the dancing elephant 'Bertha'. A man stands near the elephant. 'Bertha' written on the elephant. The elephant is a Go-Go dancer. Signs read 'Go, Go'.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) tests flight mission STS-3 of Space Shuttle Columbia in the United States. The Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) nozzles 1 and 2. Sparks come out from the parts of the space shuttle. The space shuttle during a launch. Fiery flare emitted as the space shuttle takes off.
A man demonstrates assembling of a standard dodge motor at Camp Holabird in Maryland, United States. Cut section of a dodge motor kept on a test bench. Gears and spindle of the motor can be seen. Worker installs spark plugs and priming corks and fastens them with tools.
A man demonstrates assembling of a standard dodge motor at Camp Holabird in Maryland, United States. Worker drags dodge motor on a work bench. Worker stands near a work bench which is cluttered and unorganized. He arranges the tools and equipment and various machine in parts. He attaches spark plug, fastens it and checks the connections.
A Wolverines college football game held at University of Michigan. Crowd seated in the spectator area stands. Campus and athletic buildings in the background. Players at line of scrimmage. Slate indicates "Spark's drop kick scores for Michigan" (referring to Cliff Sparks). Another slate during the action reads "Michigan makes a clever forward pass." (Ferry Field Athletic Clubhouse at the east end of the field is seen in the background.) Includes views from field-level and from high up in bleachers.
Man turns a huge cylindrical specimen on a lathe. Chips and sparks seen flying from the tool bit as machining progresses. Views of a milling machine in operation. Sparks seen as tool bit moves over surface of specimen. Smooth shiny surface appears in wake of tool movement. A man and a woman work in a laboratory. They wear aprons. A meter gives reading of electric current in amperes. A woman works on a measuring instrument. The woman looks through an optical device of the instrument. A United States Army Colonel holds a heavy, smoothly machined, block of metal and talks to two other men about it.