Sport: Queenie & Co.

Even if all the nation's man-&-woman-power were mobilized for war, the sport of figure skating could go merrily on. Of the 98 top-flight skaters competing for the national amateur championships last week, a good half were under 18.

In the women's senior class, seven youngsters vied for the crown abdicated by * Now vice president of the Cleveland Indians.

Philadelphia's Jane Vaughn Sullivan, a war bride. Co-favorites were 17-year-old Gretchen Merrill, a Boston subdeb, and 14-year-old Dorothy Goos, a giggling Bronx schoolgirl with dreams of a Sonja Henie career. Miss Merrill, twice runner-up...

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