U.S. Army General Eisenhower returns to West Point, New York. A U.S. military aircraft transporter on the ground. General Dwight D. Eisenhower arrives at West Point to rest and prepare his report for the Congress. He disembarks from the aircraft after a tour of the Atlantic Pact nations in Europe. His wife and grand children meet him. He holds his grandchildren onto his lap.
A football match between Villanova team and the army at Michie Stadium in West Point, New York. A large crowd seated in the stadium. The match in progress. The crowd cheers and applauds. Villanova team wins the match 21-7.
West Point cadets face ouster from the academy in New York. Exterior of the buildings of the United States Military Academy. 90 cadets, including football players, face ouster from the academy. They had violated the honor code and cheated in the exams. The cadets gather. Officials discuss amongst themselves. The football stadium of the academy. An official speaks into a microphone regarding the ouster of the cadets.
The United States Military Academy at West Point in New York. Cadets walk towards a chapel and enter it. Interior of the chapel. The cadets stand and pray.
Activities of West Point cadets in New York. The cadets participate in sports activities. They watch army matches with leading university teams. A baseball match in progress. People watch the match. Players run on a race track. Trees along the sides of a street. The players participate in high jump. Cars drive past on a street in the background. Some players participate in hurdle racing.
Newsreel clip previewing Philadelphia Phillies and New York Yankees at spring training prior to 1951 baseball season. The defending National League champion Phillies trained that year in Clearwater Florida. Players pose under sign that reads "Home of the Fightin' Phlilies." Shot of team owner Robert Carpenter and manager Eddie Sawyer. Shots of pitchers Robin Roberts, Jim Konstanty and Bubba Church warming up. Hitters seen in batting cage include Willie Jones, Eddie Waitkus and Andy Seminick. Clip shifts to Yankees' spring training in Phoenix, Arizona, where team holds up numbers and letters reading "1950 Champs" to mark their victory over the Phillies in the World Series. Manager Casey Stengel puts on cowboy hat and strikes a funny pose for the camera. Yankee players also don the hats, including 1950 American League MVP Phil Rizzuto and soon-to-be 1951 MVP Yogi Berra. Stengel talks with group of six Yankee rookies, including future Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle at far right. Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio points bat at camera, smiles by batting cage.