Ann Mossberg, pretty 19-year-old Pasadena City College freshman, has been selected to reign as Queen of the Tournament of Roses and will occupy royal box when Oregon State and Iowa meet in Rose Bowl game on New Year's Day.
Craig Wood, 55, debonair Westchester auto dealer and retired golf pro whose smooth stroking won both Masters and National Open in 1941, has been elected to PGA Hall of Fame by committee of sportswriters and officials.
Pat Peacock, 18, who has been winning duck-calling contests since she was 12, skillfully imitated hail, chatter and mating cry of lusty migratory fowl, out-chirping the nation's finest for world title in competition at Stuttgart, Ark.
Arthur Knapp Jr., pipesmoking skipper who has made habit of winning dinghy titles, added still another, averaging .955 in six of eight races with Agony to take Larchmont Yacht Club fall frostbite series for interclub class boats.
December 17, 1956
Bobbie Shaler, shapely young (27) Culver City, Calif. housewife, put together spare and 10 straight strikes before leaving single pin standing on final ball for 289, best ever for women in All-Star bowling at Chicago.