Highlights of U.S. Army versus Notre Dame college football game at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York City, New York. Nearly seventy four thousand spectators gather to witness the game of the century between unbeaten Notre Dame, and the Army team from Westpoint who have won 25 consecutive games. The audiences also include Major General Taylor, Academy Superintendent watching Army (horse) versus Notre Dame (terrier dog) mascots greeting. The voiceover commentator is shown on camera. Secretary of war Patterson and Navy Secretary James Forrestal also lend their support to Army. General Jacob Devers and the Postmaster General Robert Hannegan also turn out to cheer. Teams come out on the field as audiences cheer them loudly. Army player Arnold Tucker is seen. Aerial view of the packed stadium is seen from a nearby rooftop observation point. Game play underway. Army stops Notre Dame on the 4 yard line and then Irish check Blanchard and Davis with superb line play. Until the half time none of the teams scores a point. During the half time break a band performs and an artist performs a mask dance wearing a giant "Lena the Hyena" mask. Play resumes. Jim Brennan from Notre Dame makes a good run and the two teams battle it out as the spectators cheer them on. Brief view of General Eisenhower watching the game. The two teams end the game tied at zero, ending the winning streaks for both teams.
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