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Title: GLASGOW ACADEMY SPORTS
Reference number: 0809
Date: 1917, May 5
Director: [attributed to James Hart]
Running time: 9.49 mins
Coverage of Glasgow Academy Sports Day on 5th May, 1917. Includes footage of flat races, high jump, three legged race and prize giving.
title Crowded spectators in pavilion and around playing fields (.27); Flat race - 200 yards - boys under eleven (.30); Shot of race from behind winning post (.50); Flat race - 150 yards 1st English (Senior) (.54); Shot of race from behind winning tape (1.06); Unidentified flat race (1.20); Flat race - 100 yards - school final (1.23); Shot of race from behind tape (1.30); Broad jump - school final (1.31); Four boys in succession attempt to win the long jump final (1.41); High jump school final (1.44); Shots of ten attempts at the high jump (2.10); Unidentified flat race (2.19); 200 yards three-legged race - handicap - school (2.22); Shot of race again from behind winning tape (2.34); Tug o'war. (3.32); Shots of crowds standing around edge of playing fields (4.10); Flat Race - Quarter Mile - Handicap, Boys under thirteen gvs same; Flat race - quarter mile - handicap - senior school (4.30); Closing stages of this race as winner crosses the line (4.39); Hurdle race - 400 yards - 1st and 2nd English (4.42); Low benches are used as hurdles in the race; Sack Race - over hurdles - 100 yards - school gvs same (there is a pipe band marching to the far right of the shot) (6.08) Presentation of the prize certificates (6.11); Prizes are presented from table in front of the crowded pavilion (6.24); Shot of spectators around the edge of the playing fields (6.33)
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