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THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF SPORT
February 11, 1957
BLOOD TELLS AGAINRemember Nashua and Swaps? Well, last week their Thoroughbred 'half brothers,' just turned 3, were running on separate roads both signposted Louisville and the Derby. At Hialeah, Bold Ruler (left), like Nashua a son of Nasrullah, outran some of the best 3-year-olds in Florida in the Bahamas Stakes. At Santa Anita, Prince Khaled (below), like Swaps a son of Khaled, proved himself the hope of the West
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February 11, 1957

The Wonderful World Of Sport

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BLOOD TELLS AGAIN
Remember Nashua and Swaps? Well, last week their Thoroughbred 'half brothers,' just turned 3, were running on separate roads both signposted Louisville and the Derby. At Hialeah, Bold Ruler (left), like Nashua a son of Nasrullah, outran some of the best 3-year-olds in Florida in the Bahamas Stakes. At Santa Anita, Prince Khaled (below), like Swaps a son of Khaled, proved himself the hope of the West

BOLD RULER, ATKINSON UP, BEATS (FROM RIGHT) GEN. DUKE, FEDERAL HILL AND GALLANT MAN

PRINCE KHALED, WITH EDDIE ARCARO UP, GALLOPS TO 9�-LENGTH VICTORY IN 1 1/16-MILE CALIFORNIA CHAMPION BREEDERS' STAKES

THE EDUCATION OF A PRINCE
The bringing up of Prince Charles, 8-year-old heir to the British throne, took an unprecedented turn last week when he enrolled in a London pre-prep school. After studies the Prince and his classmates, by immemorial tradition, were turned out onto the playing fields, soon were involved in immemorial fisticuffs. Charles acquitted himself royally

FIRST DAY, A BONNY ANGEL

ON SECOND DAY, CHARLES (CENTER, BEHIND BALL) GETS BRIEFED ON RULES BY HEADMASTER TOWNSEND

CHARLES, WHO PLAYED OUTSIDE RIGHT, PURSUES BALL WHICH HAS ELUDED OPPONENT

PRINCE SHOWS OFF DRIBBLING TO TEAMMATE

HEADMASTER LOOKS ON ADMIRINGLY AS PRINCE KEEPS HIS EYE ON THE BALL AND DISPLAYS FINE FOLLOW-THROUGH IN MID-FIELD BOOT

CHARLES (RIGHT) ENTERS A SHOVING MATCH

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