University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA ) champ Chuan-Kwang Yang sets mark in 10 events of decathlon at Walnut, California. Chuan-Kwang Yang smiles. He exercises. The decathlon events include the 1500 meter run, the 100 and 400 meter dashes, high hurdles, pole vault, javelin, discus, high jump, shotput and broad jump. Yang wins five events and adds other points with fine performances in the other five. He is greeted and receives trophy.
Trees and gardens on the property of Luther Burbank, the famed horticulturalist in Santa Rosa California. In his experimental gardens are seen roses in bloom. Also a walnut tree, and a garden with a greenhouse connecting to the back of Burbank's home. A gardener with a watering can walks beside a raised garden bed. A Monkey Puzzle pine tree is seen with Luther Burbank inspecting it and walking beside it.
Newsreel clip highlighting games 3 and 4 of baseball's 1963 World Series. Clip opens with overhead view of 56,000 fans packed into Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Yankee pitcher Jim Bouton and Dodgers pitcher Don Drysdale chat before the game. Brief closeup of Bouton. Dodgers score only run of the game when Tommy Davis' single scores Jim Gilliam. Brief closeup of Drysdale. Drysdale completes shutout by getting Yankees' Joe Pepitone to fly out to deep right field in the ninth inning. Drysdale mobbed by teammates. Yankees pitcher Whitey Ford and Dodgers pitcher Sandy Koufax -- both Hall of Famers -- chat before game four. Frank Howard scores Dodgers' first run with a home run to left field in the fourth inning. Mickey Mantle ties the game with a homer off Koufax in the seventh. Dodgers score ultimate winning run when a fly ball by Willie Davis scores Gilliam. Dodger fans cheer as Koufax strikes out Tom Tresh and Mantle in the ninth and gets final out on a ground ball by Hector Lopez. Dodger players mob Koufax, celebrate in dressing room. This was the first time ever the Yankees were swept four straight games in a World Series.
The film 'The Cape 1963' about missile launches in California, United States. The launch of bumper No. 8 a German V-2/WAC Corporal on July 24th 1950. Two United States Air Force Convair F-106As Delta Dart in flight. Aerial view of launch complexes. Titan II missile is launched. The missile explodes. A huge ball of fire in the air. The launch of Titan II. A tracking camera in operation. The footage from the camera mounted on second stage Titan II shows the first stage separation. The tracking stations down Atlantic missile range. USS HH Arnold missile tracking ship at sea. A re-entry vehicle re entering the atmosphere. Aerial view of United States Air Force Lockheed JC-130B Hercules equipped with a trapeze structure snatching an Aero kite balloon suspended from a ship. A sign on a building at Vandenberg Air Force Base reads 'Air Force Missile Test Center'. A personnel in the EDP room at the main console and checks a magnetic tape. A manual on a desk. Gemini missile being lowered inside a building. Several personnels watch. Lt. Colonel John G. Albert Chief of the Gemini Launch division, 6555th Aerospace Test Wing at the entering gate. A blockhouse in the background. Colonel Albert checks Titan II. He is at the launch control in the blockhouse.
Views of various projects depicting man's creative engineering skills across the United States, including: The Indian Serpent Mounts, Ohio; Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Headquarters, Connecticut; Mackinac Bridge, Michigan; Green Bank Radio Astronomy Antenna, West Virginia; Tanker "Manhattan" in the Northwest Passage; Chicago's Marina Towers, Illinois; NASA launch complex 39, Florida with a rocket in place; Watts tower, California; John Hancock Building, Illinois; Washington Monument; Dworshak Dam while under construction, Idaho; Newport Bridge, Rhode Island; U.S. Steel building, Pennsylvania; Mt. Glory Arch Bridge under construction in Wyoming; Johnson Wax Headquarters building, Wisconsin; Boeing 747 Factory Building Complex, Seattle Washington; A model of the proposed New Orleans Super Dome in Louisiana; Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel; Dulles International Airport, Virginia; Tyrone Guthrie Theatre, Minnesota; Westinghouse Headquarters building, Pennsylvania; Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, New Mexico; Gulf Life Tower, Florida; Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Wisconsin; a paddle style River boat on the Ohio River; an artist depiction of the under construction Mobile River Highway Tunnel, Alabama; the Westinghouse Desalinization Plant, Florida; Model of master plan for the city of Gary, Indiana; Gulf Oil's "Big Brutus" crane at work on a dig site (The 160-foot tall coal shovel known as the 1850-B was designed and built by Bucyrus-Erie in Hallowell Kansas, for the Pittsburg & Midway, or P&M Coal Mining Company. It is the only one of its kind ever built. The mining company was purchased by Gulf Oil in 1963, and subsequently went under The Chevron Mining umbrella); Knights of Columbus headquarters building, Connecticut.
U.S. Army Air Forces aircraft are scrapped in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas after the end of World War II. Aerial view of hundreds of B-17 and B-24's lined up on a field. Closeup of painting on fuselage of one aircraft dubbed 'Miss Lace.' Engine being hoisted from a B-24 Liberator. Many P-40 and Douglas Dauntless SBD-5 (Scout Bomber Douglas), also known as A-24 aircraft lined up nose down. Aircraft parts piled up. The parts are crushed as a bulldozer moves over them.