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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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ATTILA KERESZTES
28. Fencer. Has Hungarian certificate in mechanical engineering. Wife in Vienna. U.S. goal: mechanical engineering.

MARGIT KORONDI
24. Gymnast. Began training at age of three. U.S. goal: to form gym school in this country with Teammate Andrea Bodo.

DANIEL MAGAY
24. Fencer. University chemistry student. U.S. goal: continue college studies and become chemical engineer.

LASZLO MAGYAR
20. Swimmer: backstroke champion. Did sports administration work in Hungary. U.S. goal: college education.

MIKLOS MARTIN
25. Water poloist. Art history student who speaks some English. U.S. goal: go to college, marry fianc´┐Że now in Vienna.

LASZLO NADORI
34. Chief of Staff, Hungarian Sports Ministry. Speaks English, Dutch, French. U.S. goal: to teach physical education.

GABOR NAGY
24. Water poloist. Plays ice hockey. U.S. goal: to attend American college, take a course in engineering.

MARTHA NAGY
19. Gymnast. Youngest member of Hungarian gym team. Skier, skater, pianist. U.S. goal: to complete schooling here.

BALANT PAPP
35. Diving coach. Speaks German and Russian. U.S. goal: to combine work as coach with sports photography.

BELA RERRICH
39. Fencer and lawyer. Speaks fluent English, five other languages. U.S. goal: job in insurance or as fencing coach.

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