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August 25, 1958
Judy Eller, Old Hickory, Tenn. 17-year-old who comes by her skill naturally (her dad is a golf pro), rolled in 10-footer for birdie 3 on 17th, beat Sherry Wheeler 1 up to retain U.S. junior title at Greenwich, Conn.
March 10, 1958
Lucy Hannah of Franconia, N.H., 17-year-old daughter of former Olympian Sel Hannah, won downhill, giant slalom, placed second to Sunny Snite in Alpine combined in Eastern junior championships at Stowe, Vt.
December 16, 1957
John Crow, Texas A&M's crunching bread-and-butter halfback on just about everyone's All-America, calmly received news of selection for Heisman Trophy as nation's top player: "I'm afraid I'll wake up and find out it...
THE QUESTION: Which is more intelligent, a horse or a mule? (Asked at the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden)
December 16, 1957 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. ALBERT E. HART JR.Cedarhurst, N.Y.The mule is smarter. I know. I own a mule. The British say that a horse will eat himself to death if you give him enough oats. But a mule will eat only what he needs to remain...
July 22, 1957
AUTO RACINGMarvin Panch, Gardena, Calif., NASCAR 200-mile Grand National race, with 71.48 mph average, in 1957 Pontiac, LeHi, Ark.