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FACES IN THE CROWD

Feb. 13, 1961
Feb. 13, 1961

Table of Contents
Feb. 13, 1961

Cover
Yesterday
New Ingo
Sumo
Safe Driving Part II
Laurence Owen
Horse Racing
  • Sports Illustrated's Turf Editor, Whitney Tower (right), here begins a series of articles on what may be termed the hidden crisis in Thoroughbred racing in this country. The result of long observation and recently growing concern, this series will go beyond mere critical analysis to recommend constructive solutions—the first being true authority for a national racing body

Skiing
Doggiest Dogs
Golf
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FACES IN THE CROWD

Doris Sigmon, blonde, bubbly senior forward on the Taylorsville (N.C.) High School girls basketball team, unbeaten in 92 straight conference games, averages 18 points, is called by coach the "prettiest forward who is playing basketball anywhere."

This is an article from the Feb. 13, 1961 issue Original Layout

W. B. Austin of Charlotte, N.C, 61-year-old retired fireman who continues to officiate at basketball and football games, explains he has found a way to ignore most irascible coaches, says, "My eyesight is good, but my hearing is steadily failing."

Nicole Murray of Les Francs Amis of Montreal won the 100-yard dash (in world record-tying time of 15 seconds), the 200-yard run and the one-mile forced march in the International Snowshoers Congress at Lewiston, Me., swept all three women's events.

Bob Holbert of Warrington, Pa., a racing driver of eight year's experience who drove his tiny (1,300 pounds) but potent (165 hp.) Porsche RS60 to Sports Car Club of America's E-Modified class title, was named SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Sports Car Driver of the Year.

Mrs. John Morrissy skipped the Chicago Heathers as the four-woman team defeated Nashua (N.H.) Curling Clans, 14-10, in St. Andrew's Golf Club curling tournament at Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y., won the women's seventh annual Empire State bonspiel.

Harold Bullard, lean, leathery Guilford, Vt. railroad worker, won two-day state sled-dog championship at Warren, Vt. in subzero weather, raced team of seven huskies over 25-mile course in combined time of 1:37:45, two minutes better than nearest finisher.

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