Don Krause, limber-armed 22-year-old Milwaukee kegler, rattled pins for successive scores of 235, 277, 237, 278 and four-game total of 1,027 in Milwaukee Journal's annual state match tournament to haul down world record which had held firm for 11 years.
This is an article from the Nov. 18, 1957 issue
E. Barry Ryan, 37, Thoroughbred owner, breeder, trainer and master of Normandy Farm at Lexington, Ky., member of syndicates which purchased Our Babu and Traffic Judge, is latest to be elected to The Jockey Club, bringing membership to 66.
Mrs. Frances Dodge Van Lennep, Lexington, Ky. sportswoman who has made habit of winning Hackney pony events with her Cora's Mite, expertly drove horse to victory in amateur and lady's classes for fourth year at National Horse Show in New York.
Forrest De Bernardi, Tulsa insurance executive who was eight-time All-America as collegian at Westminster (Mo.) and later with AAU teams, was among first group named to Helms Hall Amateur Basketball Hall of Fame (for others, see below).
Jim Reed, leadfooted Peekskill, N.Y. garage owner, shifted from Chevrolet to Ford this year, found things pretty much same as he won seven starts, finished among top five 15 times, to take his fifth straight NASCAR short track championship.