American President Eisenhower watches baseball and speaks on his wealth.
Washington D.C., United States of America (USA).
SV. American President Dwight Eisenhower (Ike) arriving at baseball stadium in Washington to watch the game between the Senators and the White Sox team. He turns and waves to cheering crowds. CU. President Eisenhower waving to crowds. He sits down. SCU. President Eisenhower seated, he puts on his glasses and looks at programme. LV. Player pitches the ball. LV. An opposing player hits it and begins to run. GV. Elevated shot of batsman making his run. SCU. President Eisenhower marking his score card, he turns and speaks to his press secretary Mr James C. Hagerty.
White House press conference, President walking into room to answer the questions of the press. Several shots of the President speaking and the press writing. One journalist asks him about his wealth. President answers (natural sound). He says that he will sell the story on his financial situation for a million dollars. Crowd of journalists laugh.
(F/G) (Orig. N)