Sport: Scoreboard, Feb. 4, 1957

¶The indoor track season hit its stride, but Laszlo Tabori, the fast Hungarian refugee, lagged far off the pace. Trying the indoor mile for the first time at the Philadelphia Inquirer meet, he ran a slow 4:10.8, finished third behind Boston's George King (4:10.1) and Chicago's Phil Coleman (4:10.7). Next night in Washington, B.C., Tabori switched to the two-mile run, dropped out on the twelfth lap with stomach cramps. The winner: Polish Refugee John Macy (9:02.6), now a student at the University of Houston. Olympic Hurdles Champion Lee Calhoun came back from a...

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