Prince Saud Faisal, 19, son of Saudi Arabia's prime minister and nephew of King Saud, became a top soccer prospect at Princeton by knocking in seven of 13 goals made by the freshman squad this season.
This is an article from the Nov. 9, 1959 issue
Mrs. Charles Bartholomew of Brookline, Mass., won North and South Seniors golf championship at Pinehurst, N.C., by playing two unwavering rounds despite chilling rains and wind for 36-hole total of 159.
Brad Hustead, 22-year-old Luther College (Decorah, Iowa) fullback from Mt. Horeb, Wis., in three years of varsity play and 25 games carried the ball over two miles for a college record rushing total of 3,676 yards.
Sonja Bochmann, 32, National League office worker, blasted notion no one loves an umpire by marrying NL Ump Vic Delmore. Her reasoning: "I'm German, and German women want the man to be boss."
Cornelius Shields Jr., after winning International Class de Coppet Trophy last month, sailed his sailor father's 33-foot Aileen to victory in first singlehanded International Class race off Larchmont, N.Y.
Jock Hutchison, 75, first American to win British Open (1921), and for past seven years first to tee off in Masters (with 77-year-old friend and PGA winner Fred McLeod), was elected to PGA's Hall of Fame.
Prince Charles, another soccer-playing prince with prospects, was named captain of Cheam School junior first eleven. One difference between him and most soccer players: he apologizes when he knocks them down.