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...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

Jan. 21, 1957
Jan. 21, 1957

Table of Contents
Jan. 21, 1957

Texas Oasis
Events & Discoveries
Basketball
Snow Patrol
Motor Sports
Acknowledgments
Commodore Of Bimini
Ron Delany
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

Carola Mandel, pretty, sharpshooting wife of Chicago merchant, who broke three world records last year, missed only seven of 1,200 targets in 12-gauge class, became first woman to lead all competitors in high average with .994.

This is an article from the Jan. 21, 1957 issue

Carlo A. Perroux, nonplaying captain of Italy's six-man contract bridge team, has little trouble managing victory smile after accepting Bermuda Bowl for squad's easy triumph over U.S. in world championships at New York.

Carla Marchelli, 21-year-old Genoa university student, gave Austrian stars surprise lesson at their own game, scoring triple in slalom, giant slalom and downhill in Swiss international women's ski championships at Grindelwald.

William Joshua Barney Jr. of Southport, Conn., direct descendant of Revolution and War of 1812 Naval Hero Captain Joshua Barney, has been elected president of National Horse Show Association, succeeding Walter B. Devereux.

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