Don Cardwell, fire-balling Philadelphia rookie right-hander from Winston-Salem, N.C., made his first major league start one to remember, outpitching veteran Johnny Antonelli and shutting out New York Giants 5-0 with four singles.
This is an article from the May 6, 1957 issue
Larry Regan, handsome 26-year-old Boston center who was ready to quit hockey last year but came along to score 33 points for Bruins, was named NHL's outstanding rookie for 1957, will receive Calder Memorial Trophy and $1,000.
John Charles, 25, rugged Welshman whose skill has made him one of Britain's top soccer stars, has shifted his talents to Juventus of Turin, Italy, after reported payment of $154,000 to Leeds United and $28,000 "signing on" fee.
Bill Campbell, personable 33-year-old insurance man and former Walker Cup captain (in 1955), parlayed superb chipping and deadly putting into 3 and 2 victory over Hillman Robbins in North-South Amateur at Pinehurst, N.C.