Feb. 04, 1957
Feb. 04, 1957

Table of Contents
Feb. 4, 1957

Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Who Won?
Horse Racing
Snow Patrol
Fisherman's Calendar
The Footloose Sportsman
  • The big news from Chichén Ità and Uxmal is that some of the world's best duck hunting is now only a few hours away. Go, and take your wife with you. If she prefers to hunt history, the ancient Mayan ruins are both exotic and comfortable

Sport In Art
Tip From The Top
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


Gene Sarazen, 54, chunky old pro who was winning tournaments as long ago as 1922, hitched up his familiar knickers, shot record 65 in the first round of PGA seniors championship at Dunedin, Fla. but title went to Al Watrous.

This is an article from the Feb. 4, 1957 issue Original Layout

Jim Owens, who learned his football at knee of Oklahoma's Bud Wilkinson, became latest Sooner to grab off head coaching job, moving from assistant at Texas A&M to succeed former teammate Darrell Royal at U. of Washington.

Kathy Cornelius, perky Lake Worth, Fla. housewife who won U.S. Women's Open last year, was presented with special award by Metropolitan Golf Writers Association in New York, rushed home to finish sixth in tournament.

Ken Bartholomew, 36, Minneapolis telephone lineman and long-time national outdoor speed-skating champion, had his 12th title in grasp when injured, helplessly watched Bob Snyder earn tie for crown in last event at St. Paul.

Jim Graham, Oklahoma A&M pole vaulter who gave up Olympic berth to Bob Gutowski, was given Sportsmanship Brotherhood's Gustavus T. Kirby Memorial Award for "outstanding sportsmanship by U.S. competitor."