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...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

Jan. 28, 1957
Jan. 28, 1957

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Jan. 28, 1957

Coming Events
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
Old Kraut Revives Bruins
Snow Patrol
Mexican Waterway
  • After the run down from San Diego, most sailors start from La Paz for a cruise to Acapulco or the Gulf of California. However, in order to report on the best spots along the entire coast, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED arranged to begin its trip in Guaymas

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

Pete Elliott, 30, ambitious former Michigan quarterback, pulled up stakes after one season at Nebraska to become youngest football coach ever at U. of California. To succeed him at Nebraska: Backfield Coach Bill Jennings.

This is an article from the Jan. 28, 1957 issue Original Layout

Tenley Albright, pert junior at Radcliffe who won her first figure skating title at 11 and went on to take national, Olympic and world championships, has been accepted by Harvard Medical School and will give up competition "for a while."

Bud Ekins, 26, intrepid motorcyclist from Tarzana, Calif., whizzed his Triumph 150 miles across desert, through sand washes and up snow-packed mountain passes in 3:55 to win the Big Bear (Calif.) Hare and Hound national championship.

Philip K. Wrigley, chewing gum king, president-owner of Chicago Cubs and the last major league holdout against night ball, has been selected by the New York baseball writers to receive Bill Slocum award "for meritorious long service."

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