Sport: Marbles

Albert Huey, 12, the grand little straight-shooter of Kenmore, Ohio, had never been more than 30 miles away from home until he went last week to Atlantic City, N. J., and won the marbles championship of the U. S. His rewards: a gold watch, an Indian headdress, blanket, stone tomahawk. Gladys ("Tomboy") Coleman, favorite of the galleries, was eliminated early in the tournament. But she received a silver loving cup, along with the 47 other participants, at a church service in the Apollo Theatre.


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