THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT

December 19, 1955

NOTES FROM ALL OVER

In or out of season, citizens of the world of sport like to relax. Here, displaying a variety of expressions for a variety of reasons in a variety of places from Mexico to Michigan, is a light-hearted cross-section of them

Chowing down at Lake Placid, U.S. Bobsledders (left to right) Monroe Flagg, Jim Bickford, Lloyd Miller and Larry McKillip hopefully try to gain weight for the Olympics.

Gag chef Jack Kramer serves spaghetti on tennis rackets to members of his troupe in Leone's New York restaurant. His diners (left to right) are Pancho Gonzales, Pancho Segura, Tony Trabert, Rex Hartwig.

Crooning jockeys (left to right) Hedley Woodhouse, Hank Moreno, Conn McCreary, Mike Danisi and Eddie Arcaro warble a tune before entranced audience at the annual Jockeys Ball.

Boxing buff Dr. Joyce Brothers, winner of $64,000 Question, gets hand from friends (left to right) Marty Sommers, Tony Canzoneri, Gus Lesnevich, Bob Olin, Mickey Walker and Eddie Eagan.

Boniface Jake LaMotta, former world middleweight champion, talks to some of the guests at grand opening of his Miami Beach saloon. On the wall is what Host LaMotta lovingly describes as "a pitcher with a murial."

Sporting eyeful, a 250-pound sailfish, is proudly displayed by Actress Jane Russell. Jane, on vacation, landed the sailfish after a battle off Acapulco, Mexico.

Happy Hopalong Cassady, Ohio State halfback, and his wife pose with Heisman Trophy, presented annually to outstanding college player by New York Downtown Athletic Club.

Hot executives Ed Pearce, A. D. Chisholm, Lyle Boyd, John Crawford and Bob Pearce cool off by gamboling in the snow after taking a Finnish sauna while on a hunting trip in Alger County, Mich.

PRO TENNIS HITS THE CANVAS

Tony Trabert made his professional debut last week in New York against Pancho Gonzales as Jack Kramer's troupe started on a six-continent tour

TRABERT SERVES TO GONZALES IN THE OPENING SET OF MADISON SQUARE GARDEN MATCH WHICH WAS PLAYED ON PROMOTER KRAMER'S PORTABLE COURT. CANVAS COURT IS HELD TAUT BY 20 PIECES OF BLOCK AND TACKLE

Rushing net, Trabert sets to return ball with the backhand volley that Kramer calls the finest he has ever seen. Tony won the first two sets but cooled off and lost match 3-2.

Hard-hitting Gonzales (left) serves while Trabert tensely rises on balls of his feet. Pancho (above) strains futilely for passing shot by Tony. (For more on the match see page 43.)

THE RETURN OF LUIS MIGUEL

Spain's brilliant matador Luis Miguel Dominguín, in retirement for three years, triumphantly returned to the bull ring as he was awarded four ears and a tail before an ecstatic crowd in Maracay, Venezuela

Leaning forward on the tips off his toes, Dominguín gets ready to plant the first pair off banderillas between the shoulders of the hard-charging bull

Calling to the bull, Dominguín begins a perilous pass called the gaonera

After killing the bull, he strides around the ring in response to wild ovation of the crowd

EIGHT PHOTOS SEVEN PHOTOSMARK KAUFFMAN

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)