The Eleventh Annual Field Trials of English Springer Spaniels in Verbank, New York. A gallery lined up at the Verbank Hunting and Fishing Club for the first series. Mountains in the background. Elias Vail handles dog named Speed of Falcon Hill. Eltinge F. Warner and David Wagstaff aim guns. Mrs. Walton Ferguson judges the performance. Elias Vail watches as the dog named Rowcliffe Hill Billy runs across a field and catches a bird. H. L. Ferguson with dog named Fleet of Falcon Hill,winner of the series open.
The Eleventh Annual Field Trials of English Springer Spaniels in Verbank, New York. Samuel Milbank watches as dog named Chancefield Flush of Earlsmoor runs through the Verbank Hunting and Fishing Club field to catch a bird. Trees in the background. Eltingle F. Warner shoots a bird. The dog makes a retrieve. A man pets the dog. A bird flies over the field. Warner aims at the bird. The dog could not catch the bird. Elias Vail sends dog named Bozo's Bar Mate for the retrieve. H. L. Ferguson's dog named Fleet of Falcon Hill goes for the second series. The gallery waits for the judges decision.
The Eleventh Annual Field Trials of Cocker Spaniels in Verbank, New York. A gallery lined up at the Verbank Hunting and Fishing Club for the first series. Mountains in the background. Leandro Malossi walks behind the first dog named Fascinating Beau of Ware. Donald Carr kills a bird for him. He hands the dead bird to another man. Mrs. A. R. Moffit watches a dog named Rowcliffe Bluestreak. The dog runs across a field. Mrs. Moffit and Mrs. Walton Ferguson give judgment on the performance of the dog. Buell Hollister pets a dog named Raithburn Thunder of Allen Winden. David Wagstaff shoots a bird with his gun. He holds the dead bird and hands it to another man.
The Eleventh Annual Field Trials of Cocker Spaniels in Verbank, New York. Monty Lewis and other men stand with a dog named Diamond Rock Remembrance at Verbank Hunting and Fishing Club. Lewis gives a command to a dog. The dog runs across a field to catch a bird. The dog catches the bird. Lewis picks up the bird. Will Sinclair watches as his dog Sweet Alice of Avandale runs across the field. Mountains in the background. Will aims and shoots a bird. The dog catches the bird. Will helps his dog through a wire fence.
The Eleventh Annual Field Trials of Cocker Spaniels in Verbank, New York. Judge Sherburne Prescott of Greenwich, Connecticut and official Ted Mulliken of Saybrook at the Verbank Hunting and Fishing Club. They wait for the dog named Robinhurst Gunman to start. The dog runs across a field. Trees in the background. The dog catches a bird. Harry Cameron with a dog named Midbrook Pirate walks across the field. David Wagstaff waits for a long shot. Midbrook Pirate does not find any bird. The judges call on Mrs. Moffit's dog Rowcliffe Bluestreak to make a retrieve. Will Sinclair handles Mrs. H. H. Rogers's dog Sweet Alice of Avandale.
Scenes showing various historical events that took place in April 1935. In Stresa, Italy, on the banks of Lake Maggiore, leaders of Britain, France and Italy confer on German rearmament, in violation and defiance of the Versailles Treaty. (There they sign the "Stresa Front"). Images show the French and British delegations arriving by boat and walking near the port at Stresa, including British Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald, French Prime Minister Pierre Etienne Flandin, and French Foreign Minister (President of the Council of Ministers) Pierre Laval. U.S. College students across the country join in anti-war, pacifist demonstrations. They are seen marching with banners and anti-war signs and cartoons. One banner reads, "It is the task of the 20th century to make this world a brotherhood." Also "War is Hell....Who want to go to hell?" and "War is Stupid". President Franklin Roosevelt returns from a two week cruise. He arrives in Jacksonville Florida. Local officials and crowds in Jacksonville greet him and cheer. Boy Scouts in a line greet the President. Views of Franklin Roosevelt in an open car and on ships and docks. Al Smith and Herbert Hoover share the speaker's stage in New York lending their support for the Salvation Army during the Depression. Scenes from the Easter Parade in New York City. Crowds gather, filling double-decker open air buses. Al Smith seen with his wife. Postmaster General James Farley and Irish tenor singer John McCormack are seen on Fifth Avenue in New York. Amelia Earhart completes a 1700-mile flight from Burbank, California to Mexico City. Scenes of her in Mexico City in a car laden down with celebrating Mexican officials. Aviatrix Bernadine King sets a new record for upside down endurance flying. She is seen getting into her plane, and her plane is seen upside down in the air.