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...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...
April 30, 1956
Art Ditmar, Kansas City right-hander, was handed 13-run cushion by Athletics in second inning, showed his appreciation by setting Chicago down with one hit as he breezed to easy 15-1 victory in best-pitched game of week.
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April 30, 1956

...these Faces In The Crowd...

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Art Ditmar, Kansas City right-hander, was handed 13-run cushion by Athletics in second inning, showed his appreciation by setting Chicago down with one hit as he breezed to easy 15-1 victory in best-pitched game of week.

Barbara Romack (SI cover, April 16), pretty lady golfer, continued to play like "little tiger," overwhelming Mrs. George Downing 11 and 9 to capture California Women's Amateur title for second time at South San Francisco.

Bill Pearson, pint-sized jockey who has ridden in 10 countries and has conquered Matterhorn, used his knowledge of art to win TV's $64,000 Question, had less luck at Laurel, where he finished second aboard Sickle's Sound.

Glenn Hall, quick-moving 24-year-old Detroit Red Wing goalie who scored 12 shutouts, was named winner of Calder Trophy and $1,000 as National Hockey League's outstanding rookie. Runner-up: New York Rangers' Andy Hebenton.

Dr. Hannes Lindemann, adventurous German physician, arrived in Hamburg with homemade over-sized canoe to claim unusual feat of seamanship: crossing of Atlantic from Liberia to Haiti in his decked-over craft in space of 65 days.

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