Search

FACES IN THE CROWD

April 25, 1960
April 25, 1960

Table of Contents
April 25, 1960

Editorial
Powerboat
Giants' New Home
The Shotput
Design Awards
Very Old And Quite British
Spectacle
Hockey
Food
Horse Racing
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FACES IN THE CROWD

John Temple Win-Burn, 18, Kansas City high school senior who first began collecting marksmanship awards in 1955, was given National Rifle Association's highest junior honor, the Distinguished Rifle medal.

This is an article from the April 25, 1960 issue Original Layout

Lynn Burke, 17, new, pert pool star at Santa Clara (Calif.) Swim Club, set American records in 100-and 200-yard backstroke with times of 1:03 and 2:16.7 in National AAU championships at Bartlesville, Okla.

Premier Norman Manley received special medal at 50th Jamaican Interscholastic track meet for having won six events in the 1910 meet, including 10-second 100-yard dash, a record that stood for 40 years.

Jim Ferguson, predental major at University of California, center on school's Rugby squad, led team to its second undefeated season by scoring 92 points in 14 games, 29 more points than all of Cal's opponents.

Dave Edstrom, University of Oregon, became third-highest decathlon scorer in history (behind Russia's Vasily Kuznetsov and UCLA's Rafer Johnson) when he piled up 8,176 points in meet at Eugene, Ore.

Jack Griswold, a senior at Baltimore's Gil-man School, rode his father's 11-year-old jumper Doll Ram to hairbreadth victory in 50th running of My Lady's Manor point-to-point race at Monkton, Md.

SIX PHOTOS