Dawn Palethorpe, another of England's able equestrians, guided her mount faultlessly on last night to help British team pile up 103 points in 11 events for international jumping trophy at Pennsylvania National Horse Show in Harrisburg.
This is an article from the Nov. 4, 1957 issue
J. Wood Piatt, 59-year-old Philadelphian who was twice runner-up, finally won the big one, using steady control game to overcome James H. Ackerman of Princeton, N.J. 4 and 2 for North and South senior golf championship at Pinehurst, N.C.
Clifford Ann Creed, perky 18-year-old Lamar Tech sophomore from Opelousas, La. who made her biggest score in Tarn O'Shanter "world" championship, won Louisiana State Amateur for third time, beating Mrs. Jackie Higgins 6 and 5 at New Orleans.
Walt Hansgen, skillful Westfield, N.J. sports car driver, switched to Briggs Cunningham teammate Charlie Wallace's D Jag when his own car skidded and broke flywheel, covered 192 miles in 2½ hours to share President's Cup with Wallace at Danville, Va.
Judy Seki, petite, sharpshooting 22-year-old Nisei beauty from Los Angeles, displayed perfect form on bowling alley, became first California female to roll sanctioned perfect game in 41-year history of Women's International Bowling Congress.