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...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...
May 13, 1957
The Aga Khan, 79 and ailing, climaxed unique 34-year racing career with "tonic" win in Thousand Guineas for sweep of English classic races in lifetime, added to record British track winnings of nearly $3 million and some 740 firsts.
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May 13, 1957

...these Faces In The Crowd...

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The Aga Khan, 79 and ailing, climaxed unique 34-year racing career with "tonic" win in Thousand Guineas for sweep of English classic races in lifetime, added to record British track winnings of nearly $3 million and some 740 firsts.

John McHale, 35, boyish looking 16-year veteran of Detroit Tigers' organization as farm director, player and head of player personnel, became the youngest general manager in majors when named to succeed deposed Spike Briggs.

Andy Hebenton, durable New York wingman who scored 44 points in sophomore season and has not missed a game since joining team, was named winner of NHL's Lady Byng Memorial Trophy for sportsmanship and playing ability.

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