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Oct. 14, 1957
Oct. 14, 1957

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Oct. 14, 1957

Events & Discoveries
Football: Third Week
  • While the football fans above were going wild over this 72-yard run by Minnesota's Dick Larson (15) as his team beat Purdue 21-17, others divided their concentration between football and the World Series in Milwaukee—as told below

Roosevelt Raceway
  • Bringing harness racing into the big time, the pioneers of nighttime trotting at Roosevelt Raceway in suburban New York made a sensationally successful investment in COMFORT AND COLOR

Antelope Hunt
Cards On The Table
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

these faces in the crowd...

Robert L. King, top aide to Vice-President Richard Nixon and onetime FBI agent, has been named executive director of 1960 Winter Olympic Games, will soon undertake to organize gigantic athletic operation in California's scenic Squaw Valley.

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Ann Roniger, 14, fresh-faced farm girl from Elmdale, Kans.. won high jump (5 feet), broad jump (17 feet 1 inch), 80-meter hurdles (12.6), placed fourth in 200 meters, sixth in shotput for 3,803 points and AAU women's pentathlon title at Emporia.

Luis Miguel Dominium, 31, daring torero whose retirement at 27 grieved and offended many Spaniards, made his first appearance in seven years in main Madrid ring after comeback season in France and provinces, drew hails of "the undoubted master."

Norman Ream, 37-year-old artist who goes in for lung-diving in big way, descended 370 feet in waters off California's Catalina Island for unofficial world record, managed wan smile after spending 38 hours in compression chamber being treated for bends.

Fred Egan, crusty, twinkly-eyed Iowa Irishman who has twice won Hambletonian in his full lifetime, celebrated 78th birthday in fine style, driving Cassin Hanover to victory in $50,460 Kentucky Futurity for 3-year-old trotters at Lexington.