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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 1
Title:
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Summary: Football, Lottery, Party
Story No: X02589
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
People: Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, George Hamilton, Merle Oberon
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New Year Tradition: Bowl Games

Alabama beats Nebraska 34-7 in the Sugar Bowl, and at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas Southern Methodist is outplayed by Georgia 24-9.

New York Lottery Opens

New Yorkers line up to buy tickets in the new state lottery, which offers big dollars to monthly winners.

Acapulco Party

Lynda Bird Johnson and current boyfriend actor George Hamilton are among the many celebrities at a festive dinner party hosted by actess Merle Oberon.

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Subjects: Celebrity, Parties, Football, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment, Occasions, Lifestyle, Sports
People: Lynda Bird Johnson Robb, George Hamilton, Merle Oberon
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 2
Title:
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Summary: NATO, Vote, Invention, Cars, Chorus
Story No: X02590
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
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NATO Moves To Stuttgart, Germany

Formal ceremonies mark the closing of U.S.Military Command headquarter in France at President De Gaulle's insistence.

Khrushchev Casts His Ballot

Former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev makes a rare public appearance as he walks to the polling place to vote for the man who helped depose him, Premier Kosygin.

A Look At Things To Come

The International Inventors Exhibition in Brussels displays a cordless electronic telephone and many other devices that may be part of our future.

Electric Cars To Solve Pollution Problems

In Washington, D.C., Congressmen check out the newly-developed electric automobiles which are battery-powered, silent and free from gasoline fumes.

A Really Big Chorus Line

An upcoming show about the famous "Beef Trust" girls of vaudeville days auditions dancers who must weigh over 200 pounds to qualify.

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Subjects: Automotive technology, Electric vehicles, Industrial technology, Technology, Green vehicle technology, Green technology, Environment, Environment and nature, Green technology
Organisations: North Atlantic Treaty Organization
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 3
Title:
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Summary: Fashion, Snowball, Baseball, Ski-Jump
Story No: X02591
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
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French fashions

Top French couturiers show their new summer fashions.

Spring Fever At Dartmouth College

A massive snowball fight develops on campus.

La Dodgers 6, Tokyo Giants 2

FLORIDA - The Japanese baseball team visits the Dodger's Spring training camp for a pre-season game.

Ski Flying In Norway

Austria's Reinhold Bachler sets a new world ski-jump record by soaring 154 meters, or 505 feet.

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Subjects: Nordic skiing, Record setting events, Ski jumping, Skiing, Sports, General news
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 4
Title:
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Summary: Weather, Vietnam, Bicycle, Art
Story No: X02592
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
People: Lyndon Johnson
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Spring Is Here?

The "possible snow flurries" predicted by the weather-men turns out to be a 10-inch snowfall in New York.

LBJ Arrives On Guam For Vietnam Talks

President Johnson heads for a 2-day strategy conference with South Vietnamese leaders.

North Vietnam Uses Bicycle Transportation

Films form Hanoi news agency show a primitive bicycle transportation system used to keep supply lines open.

Zurich's Controversial Clock

An artist's surrealistic creation of a giant outdoor clock gets objections from the townspeople.

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Subjects: Weather, General news
People: Lyndon Johnson
Locations: Vietnam, Southeast Asia, Asia
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 5
Title:
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Summary: Students, Twiggy, Premiere
Story No: X02593
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
People: Julie Andrews
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Undergraduates Congregate In Florida

With the annual Spring infusion of vacationing college students in Ford Lauderdale, wary law officials are providing organized activities to prevent riots of past years.

"Twiggy" Comes To America

Britain's top model arrives for a visit. The skinny 17-year-old Cockney girl who weighs only 91 lbs, has become famous as the look of the '60s.

Film Premiere Attracts Celebrities

The new musical starring Julie Andrews, "Throughly Modern Millie", draws a host of stars at its opening.

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People: Julie Andrews
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 6
Title:
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Summary: Motorcycle, Vietnam, Hippies, Tornadoes
Story No: X02594
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
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Record Motorcycle Race

Gary Nixon of Baltimore sets a lap average record of over 98 m.p.m. in the nation's longest cycle race.

"Make Love Not War"

American involvement in Vietnam is protested by 3.000 students in Madrid as they burn an American flag...In Detroit, a gigantic "Love-In" is staged by young hippies.

US Bombers Hit North Vietnam

Air Force jets strike close to Hanoi and the ground war moves to the North Vietnam border.

Tornadoes Hit Minnesota

Thousands of homes and farms are destroyed and scores of people are hospitalized.

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Subjects: Record setting events, General news
Locations: Vietnam, Southeast Asia, Asia
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 7
Title:
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Summary: Elvis, Football, Hoffa, NASA, Politics, Vietnam
Story No: X02595
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
People: Elvis Presley, James Meredith, Adam Clayton
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Elvis Presley Marries In Las Vegas

Top rock and roll star Elvis Presley takes Priscilla Ann Beaulieu, also from Memphis, as his bride.

Alabama Football Squad Is Integrated

Three Negro players join Bear Byant's Crimson Tide.

Hoffa Begins 8 Year Jail Sentence

Teamster Boss James Hoffa arrives at Federal Prison in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania to start serving his prison term for jury-tampering.

NASA Seeks Cause Of Apollo Fire

Investigators at Cape Kennedy continue to comb the blackened Apollo capsule to determine the reason for the tragic flash-fire that killed astronauts Grissom, White and Chaffee

Meredith Seeks Political Office

New York Republicans choose Civil Rights figure James Meredith to run against excluded Congressman Adam Clayton Powell, in an upcoming special election.

Demonstrations By South Vietnamese

Marchers protest Viet Cong terrorism and peace-talk suggestions by U.S. and French political leaders.

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Subjects: Government and politics, Space industry, Football, Aerospace and defense industry, Industrial products and services, Industries, Business, Sports
People: Elvis Presley, James Meredith, Adam Clayton
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 8
Title:
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Summary: Fashion, Football, War, Rioters
Story No: X02596
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
People: Fran Tarkenton
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Way-Out Fashions

Designers put on a "space age" style show.

Tarkenton Leaves Vikings For Giants

Quarterback Fran Tarkenton switches from Minnesota to New York in pro football's biggest deal this year.

The 6-Day Middle East War

Masterminded by Defense Minister General Moshe Dayan, Israeli forced drive across the Sinai peninsula to the Suez Chanal, break the Gulf of Aqaba blockade, capture the West Bank and occupy the Old City of Jerusalem. Four days later, Jordan and Egypt accept the UN cease-fire. Not it is up to the diplomats.

Rioters Denounce Shah Of Iran

BERLIN - Violence erupts as 2.000 students clash with police during the Shah's visit.

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Subjects: Violence in sports, War and unrest, Football, Violence, Social issues, Social affairs, General news, Sports
People: Fran Tarkenton
Locations: Middle East
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 10
Title:
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Summary: Vietnam, Fashion, Golf
Story No: X02598
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
People: Jack Nicklaus
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Vietcong Attacks Airbase

Flames light up the night sky as a Vietcong rocket attack kills 8 Americans, wounds 173 and destroys 11 aircraft at Danang, a vital Marine operation headquarter.

Italian Fashions

Fall styles are shown in Rome's Piazza di Espana.

British Open Golf

Argentinian Roberto De Vincenzo beats Jack Nicklaus.

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People: Jack Nicklaus
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Universal Newsreels 1967: Part 11
Title:
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Summary: Vietnam, Apollo, Jetliner, Weightlifter, Sportscar
Story No: X02599
Source: The Universal Archives
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 12/31/1967 12:00 AM
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Twin Victories In Vietnam

A Vietcong offensive in the Mekong Delta is spiked and Allied forces use a deadly pincer-attack on two enemy battalions.

Apollo Gets Landing Tests

The mooncraft is given rugged tests for land or water landing.

Maiden Flight Of New Jetliner

Boeing's big new 727-200 will carry 178 passengers.

Pan Am Games

U.S. weightlifter Joseph Dube sets a new record.

Sportscar Race In England

Phil Hill wins in an American-designed Chaparral.

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Subjects: Record setting events, General news
Locations: Vietnam, Southeast Asia, Asia
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