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PAT ON THE BACK

Oct. 29, 1956
Oct. 29, 1956

Table of Contents
Oct. 29, 1956

The College Football Crisis Continued
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
  • FIRST DOWN IN THE BIG TEN, THE JAVELIN GOES ROUND AND ROUND, GREEK STARTING GATE, PENNSYLVANIA'S MUSCLE MINES MISS SUPERTEST, DETROIT'S HERBIVOROUS TIGER

The Wonderful World Of Sport
You Should Know
Acknowledgments
Preview
Inside Florida
The Outdoor Week
  • Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

    In Idaho high school students play hooky while the principal smiles, a Washington duck hunter gets the bird and loses his pants, in Michigan a grandmother organizes an all-girl bear hunt, while in New Mexico biologists race to save drought-stricken waterfowl

The Sporting Look
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Mr. Caper
Pat On The Back

PAT ON THE BACK

STEPHANIE BUTTGENBACH

This is an article from the Oct. 29, 1956 issue Original Layout

When she was four, Stephanie began riding horses in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Today, at 17, after collecting 20 trophies and 60 ribbons for her riding skill, she is queen of the Horse Show Division of the Grand National Livestock Exposition to be held at the Cow Palace Nov. 2 to 11. Stephanie is a senior at San Francisco's Sacred Heart Convent, will go on to University of California Agricultural College to study merchandising and also further her interest in horses with classes in judging and training.

WILLIAM H. (BILLY) FRANTZ JR.

Flanked by his proud parents and with his fiancée (Patty Glennon of West Chester, Pa., whom he will marry next month) smiling at his left, 22-year-old Billy Frantz Jr. receives the International Gold Cup, emblematic of his victory in the feature of the 19th Rolling Rock Hunt racing meet at Ligonier, Pa. Billy rode Seregal, a 9-to-l long shot and overtook the leaders a bare three lengths from the finish. Mrs. Richard K. Mellon, wife of the Pittsburgh banker who built the International course, presents the cup.

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