Piquant, puzzled or pleased (top to bottom, left), tall 24-year-old Toni Woolworth, of New Canaan, Conn., is one of the most attractive and charming of the topflight young lady golfers. Her powerful driving and fine iron play have already won her a major title, the Women's Eastern, after only six years at the game. But her chipping and putting still lack championship class. Husband Norman Wool-worth, member of the Woolworth five-and-dime clan, is co-owner of the Clearview Stable, famous for its trotters.
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Aug. 20, 1956
For 12 days the Iron Curtain was pulled back while 10,000 Russian men and women showed their mass progress in 20 sports and tested their strength for the 1956 Olympic Games
HORACE GREELEY WAS SO RIGHT, THE END OF THE FEUD, WASHINGTON'S ELYSIAN OUTFIELDS, ALMOST MAN'S LAST FORTRESS, SAD TALE OF CASEY AND THE FRAMMIS PITCH
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News in campus fashions comes in twos for fall, as girl collegians not only follow male fashions but catch up
- Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver
Out for swordfish (right), a harpooneer found a fox terrier name of Shakespeare and, as the Bard wrote, "From the rude sea's enrag'd and foamy mouth/Did I redeem; a wrack past hope he was"