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MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER
Harry Phillips
January 14, 1957
Last week Assistant Publisher Dick Neale handed me the following note: "As you know, I've been living with the Hungarian and Rumanian Olympic athletes since they have been in America, and I thought that some of our readers would get the same kind of personal reward from knowing them that I have. How about running a special MEMO FROM THE PUBLISHER called 'Scouting Report on Future Americans'?
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January 14, 1957

Memo From The Publisher

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GYULA DOBAY
19. Swimmer. U.S. goal: first college, then into construction business.

LIDIA DOMOLKY
20. Fencer. Hungary's best foilswoman. Speaks English. U.S. goal: textile design.

JOSEPH GERLACH
18. Diver. U.S. goal: work as small machines mechanic, go to 1960 Olympics.

OLGA GYARMATY
32. Sprinter, jumper. Office clerk. U.S. goal: to learn this country and English.

ISTVAN HERNEK
21. Canoeist. Electrical technician. U.S. goal: college to study electronics.

ZOLTAN HOSZPODAR
23. Water poloist. High school graduate. U.S. goal: college, television career and funds to bring parents here.

MIHALY IGLOI
48. Track coach. His runners have set almost 20 world records. U.S. goal: coaching in Florida or California.

G. JEKELFALUSSY-PILLER
57. Fencing coach. Twice world sabre champion. U.S. goal: to start fencing school, bring family, now in Vienna, here.

LASZLO JENEY
33. Hungarian water polo team captain. Amateur photographer. U.S. goal: to stimulate water polo here as college coach.

GYORGY KARPATI
21. Water poloist. Was studying law at University of Budapest. U.S. goal: continue law studies, play more water polo.

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