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December 22, 1958
It is a wistful and faded Hollywood trompe-l'oeil that a librarian or a schoolmarm is some beautiful doll, only the hero doesn't know about it because she wears window-glass glasses, puts her hair up in a mousy bun...
July 23, 1956
This pretty blonde high school junior from Ridgewood, N.J. has her bright blue eyes focused firmly on the Olympic Games. Carin, who learned to swim at the age of 6 as a "safety precaution," won her first national...
February 20, 1956
Carin Cone, 15-year-old Ridgewood, N.J. backstroker, brightened U.S. Olympic hopes as she tied the 150-yard American backstroke record (1:48.2) set when she was a baby; at New Haven. Carin is national 100- and...