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MISS PRISCILLA NICHOLS

Sept. 12, 1955
Sept. 12, 1955

Table of Contents
Sept. 12, 1955

Events & Discoveries
Spectacle
  • That's the cry that sends bankers, doctors and generals into the saddle for a five-day trek through Old California

  • From 36 states—and lands overseas—come the horsemen known as Los Rancheros Visitadores, an easy-going crew 500 strong that meets once a year in southern California. Riding, eating bulls' heads, or soaking guests, the Rancheros have fun

The Match Race
The Race—Mr. Fitz's Story
Conversation Piece:
Jones's Grand Slam
Keep In The Pink
  • This most common mishap should receive more than casual treatment

Rare Dogs
Tip From The Top
Matchwit*
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

MISS PRISCILLA NICHOLS

Perky Priscilla Nichols, 6-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce D. Nichols of Fairfield, Conn., tried hard to smother a big grin when she won her first big prize in her first big horse show but some of Priscilla's delight popped out in spite of her. Priscilla, riding Silver Hills, a 22-year-old pony, won the lead rein competition in the Fairfield County Hunt Club's junior horse show. A first-grade student at the Bolton School in Westport, she has been riding for a year and recently graduated from ponies to horses. After receiving a silver dish from Mrs. Gerald Vosburg, Priscilla told her mother, "I'll have my cereal out of it the first morning, and then I'll let you have it for cigarettes."

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