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July 22, 1957
July 22, 1957

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July 22, 1957

  • By M. R. Werner

    In one Saturday which reflected racing's golden boom, three better-than-$100,000 purses were up for grabs. At Monmouth, N.J. and Hollywood Park (Calif.), the public choices were easy winners. At Arlington (Ill.), the Derby winner was beaten but gave Willie Hartack his most gallant ride

Events & Discoveries
Aluminum Yawl
Exit The Crocodile
Sporting Look
First Of Two Parts
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

these faces in the crowd...

Stanislav Jungwirth, 26, Czech runner with ungainly gait, broke world 1,500-meter record by over two seconds near Prague, covering metric mile in 3:38.1, equivalent of 3:55 mile. Only day before, Finns Olavi Salsola, Olavi Salonen and Olavi Vourisalo had bettered old mark at Turku, Finland.

This is an article from the July 22, 1957 issue

Nancy McNamara, Herb Score's high school sweetheart, was married to Cleveland's fireballing left-hander at St. Mark's Catholic Church, Boynton Beach, Fla. Score, sidelined since May 8 after he was struck in the eye by batted ball, planned to be back in uniform and working out next week.

John Musser, 28, St. Joseph, Mo. switchman, water-skied 715 miles in 23 hours 23 minutes, alternately towed by three boats around Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks, claimed world distance mark. He received new line from assisting skier every 27 miles until storm-tossed water forced him ashore.