MANY HAPPY RETURNS
This is an article from the Nov. 7, 1955 issue
A President, a golfer, a campus queen and a skier appear in public, awaking memories and suggesting new sports triumphs and pleasures
SPORTSMAN NO. 1 SAYS 'MUCH BETTER, THANKS'
President Eisenhower, looking surprisingly fit, poses for his first closeup since his heart attack. His first nonofficial guest was his old golfing companion, Clifford Roberts (below, second from left), who made up part of a memorable foursome in Georgia last spring.
IKE, ROBERTS, BILLY JOE PATTON AND CARY MIDDLECOFF (SI, APRIL 25) AS THEY PLAYED A ROUND OF PRESIDENT'S FAVORITE GAME AT AUGUSTA
GOLFER ZAHARIAS SWINGS
Showing heartening progress after second cancer ordeal, Babe Zaharias shoots par for nine holes at Tampa.
SKIER KINMONT EXERCISES
Fighting paralysis, Jill Kinmont uses tilt board to exercise her abdominal muscles, is determined to ski again.
HOMECOMING QUEEN SIGNALS AUTUMN'S PEAK
University of Illinois Queen Duck Chooh Oh of Korea (center) and her court reign for homecoming as football reaches midseason and each week brings a "big game," a formal dance and a bevy of queens.
THE RUN FOR THE MONEY
A dozen of the country's top 2-year-olds battle for history's richest turf prize and a handsome chestnut long shot named Prince John is the big surprise
As the field of 12 Thoroughbred 2-year-olds broke from the post in the Garden State last Saturday they had a mile and a sixteenth to go for racing's richest purse: $282,370, with $157,918.50 as the winner's share. The early leaders were the Futurity winner, Nail (post position 1), Polly's Jet (4) and Bold Bazooka (2). Meanwhile a 24-1 shot named Prince John (3) lay fourth as its field swept up the backstretch. At the eighth pole Prince John startled the 45,000 spectators by taking the lead. Fighting off the challenges of Career Boy (8) and Needles (6), Prince John hung on to win by a nose. Triumphant Owner Max Gluck praised Trainer Walter Kelley. Kelley praised Jockey Angel Valenzuela, who turned the usual loser's phrase into the crack of the week: "I had no excuses."
SPIRIT AND STEEL
Rome rings with the clash of swordplay as 300 of the world's best fencers duel with foil, saber and épée. Despite brilliant work of French and Italian fencers, world team title went to Hungary
CHAMPION JOZSEF GYURICZA OF HUNGARY DOFFS MASK
CHRISTIAN D'ORIOLA OF FRANCE, FORMER MEN'S FOIL CHAMPION, LUNGES TOWARD BLANDO OF COLOMBIA
LUIGI NARDUZZI OF ITALY AND ALADAR GEREVICH OF HUNGARY MEET WITH SABERS BEFORE PACKED GALLERY
FOIL CHAMPION LIDIA DOMOLKI, 19, OF HUNGARY AWAITS HER MATCH