Margaret Edwards, pretty English miss with formful backstroke, got into record-breaking swim in winning meet with Germans at Cardiff, wind-milling 100 meters and 110 yards in 1:12.4 to break two world marks.
This is an article from the April 28, 1958 issue
Ruly Carpenter, 17, husky and handsome son of Phillies Owner Bob Carpenter, tossed his second straight no-hitter for Tower Hill School in Wilmington, Del., but is more interested in moving into front office.
George O'Day, skilled tillermaster from Boston (see page 41), with an assist from Owner-Crewman Vic Sheronas, skippered Rush IV to Edward Prince of Wales Cup and Trimingham Cup at Hamilton, Bermuda.
Franjo Mihalic, 36, thin-faced Yugoslav printer whose slight build belies his stamina, stiffened pace on slopes in 84° heat, ran wilting favorite Johnny Kelley into hills to win Boston Marathon by mile in 2:25:54.
Madame Eugenia Menshikov, wife of Russian Ambassador to U.S., purses her lips speculatively as she watches Soviet wrestlers outgrapple Americans at NYAC to complete four-match sweep (see page 27).
James (Billy) Key, smallish Columbus, Ga. banker who plays once a week, jogged up his pace, displayed rifle accuracy with irons to beat Mason Rudolph 3 and 2 in Western Amateur at Delray Beach, Fla.
Winston Churchill, 17, West Hartlepool apprentice plumber with distinguished name, is club's Footballer of Year, may play against Germany. Says Winston: "Won't the Germans get a shock when they see my name."