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...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

April 01, 1957
April 01, 1957

Table of Contents
April 1, 1957

Twilight Of The Bums
Sebring
Events & Discoveries
Preview
Skiing
Fauna In The Sun
Wrestler Hodge
Fisherman's Calendar
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments
Pat On The Back

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

Mervyn Lincoln, 24-year-old Stawell, Victoria schoolteacher, diligently followed his rabbits for three quarters, went it alone on final lap to run 3:59 mile at Melbourne. Crowed Coach Franz Stampfl: "Next season...a 3:55 mile."

This is an article from the April 1, 1957 issue Original Layout

Judy Devlin, spirited young redhead from Baltimore, swept through five matches without losing game, routing Margaret Varner 11-2, 11-7 for All-England badminton title at London. Men's champion: Eddie Choong.

Herb Score, brilliant Cleveland left-hander, wearing incredulous look in this picture, may well be most valuable property in baseball. Indians last week rejected $1 million bid by Boston Red Sox for their strikeout artist.

Dr. Luis Vidaña, bronzed Cuban Senator, daringly maneuvered his Crillo to victory in 284-mile St. Petersburg-to-Havana race, placed third in class in run from Havana to Varadero Beach to clinch SORC championship.

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