Vernon brought Elvis to Humus High School.
Elvis performed in Memphis State University. This time without Scotty and Bill.
Elvis performed in "Keesler Air Force Base" outside Biloxi, Mississippi.
With Bitsy Mott and Gene Smith Elvis took a train to Las Vegas
From the ship the USS Matsonia, on his way to Honolulu, Elvis telegrammed the Honolulu Star: "Aloha, very enjoyable trip. Sunbathing, swimming, tennis, reading."
Elvis completed the recording of the soundtrack of Wild In The Country between 9.00 and 11.45 a.m. There were 2 different versions of I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell recorded. One for the movie and the other for a single release.
Elvis was visited on the set of It Happened At The World's Fair by his father and the Memphis mayor, where the mayor officially accepted Elvis' donation of $50,000 for a couple of Memphis charities.
Photography on Kissin' Cousins was concluded. Elvis had to send Priscilla back to Memphis in order to avoid trouble because Ann-Margret was quoted in the press that she was in love with Elvis and didn't know if they would marry. So the Colonel advised Elvis to avoid inquiries in his relation with Priscilla.
Elvis performed at he Spectrum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at 8:30 p.m. The crowd was 16601 and Elvis wore 1971 Snowflake suit with original belt and a black cape.
Elvis flew to Lubbock, Texas, to begin with his 3rd tour of 1972,
which would be a 8-day one. Elvis performed at the Municipal Coliseum, Lubbock, Texas at 8:30 p.m. The crowd was 10000 and Elvis wore the Blue nail suit with original belt and white cape.