Graduating Naval cadets are given some advice about being 'Bachelors of Science' by President Roosevelt.
Annapolis, United States of America.
Various shots of hundreds of cadets at a Naval Academy Graduation Day Ceremony, listening to a speech from their Commander in Chief, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Natural sound as we hear Roosevelt say that before the men actually become Bachelors of Science, he wants to stress that in the days to come they do not place too much emphasis on the word 'bachelor'. The cadets give three cheers and throw their hats in the air.