Item title reads - Physical fitness. Government's concern for the nation.
M/S of schoolboys doing star jumps, the camera pans across the rows to Sir Kingsley Wood, the Minister of Health, and Oliver Stanley, President of the Board of Education who are watching....
Funeral service for Admiral Sir John Kelly is held at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, then he is buried with full naval honours at sea.
News in a Nutshell includes Lady Haig at poppy factory, boxers Foord and Neusel in training, and Duke and Duchess of York at King's College Hospital, London.
Rugby - Wales beat England on a very wet day at Pontypridd.
Mel Porter wins the Yonkers marathon in New York, America (USA).
President Franklin D. Roosevelt and General Pershing gather at the tomb of the unknown soldier to pay tribute on Armistice Day. Arlington, Virginia, America (USA).
Terrible disaster as 56 people are killed in an explosion at an ammunition factory. St. Chamas, France.
Cattle, sheep, pigs and chickens are all on show at various events, a fine rooster wins the Pathe News Cup. America (USA).