these faces in the crowd...

Oct. 28, 1957
Oct. 28, 1957

Table of Contents
Oct. 28, 1957

Old Masters
  • Students at Chicago's famed Art Institute depict today's sports in the styles of the past

From The Flyways
Fisherman's Calendar
Events & Discoveries
Angler's New Angle
Conversation Piece
World's Richest Horse Race
  • When the Garden State test for two-year-olds is run off this Saturday in New Jersey, the wheel of fortune may point out the 1957 champion; it will send one of these hopeful owners home with the year's biggest haul in prize money

Sporting Look
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

these faces in the crowd...

Kenny Mikes, hard-running Purdue halfback, was one happy fellow after his recovery of fumble and subsequent 34-yard scoring dash on draw play gave Boilermakers clinching touchdown in 20-13 upset victory over Michigan State last Saturday.

This is an article from the Oct. 28, 1957 issue Original Layout

Mrs. Ogden Phipps, society sportswoman whose interest in Thoroughbreds has been concentrated on jumpers, won her third successive Temple Gwathmey Steeplechase at Belmont, when heavily weighted Neji came through like true champion (see below).

Pat Smythe, England's top equestrian, gave U.S. fans sample of her skill, faultlessly guiding Flanagan to win in first jumping event as Pennsylvania National Horse Show opened at Harrisburg, breaking three-year monopoly of General Mariles' Mexicanteam.

Mrs. John B. Kelly Jr., attractive wife of three-time Olympic sculler, sister-in-law of Princess Grace of Monaco and onetime AAU backstroke champion who represented U.S. in 1952 Olympics, has been named women's swim coach at U. of Pennsylvania.

Frank J. Shaughnessy, president of International League, moved in on New York area, claiming Jersey City territory for his Triple-A circuit. Always optimistic, Shag characterized maneuver thus; "The first big step in becoming a third major league."