Sport: Scoreboard, Jul. 1, 1957

¶ For the first two-thirds of the three-mile I.R.A. regatta, Cornell's varsity crew had a hard time getting any real run on its boat. Then Stroke Phil Gravink pushed the beat to 32 and the Big Red shell began to skip across wind-chopped Lake Onondaga. Cornell crossed the finish line 12 lengths ahead of Penn. pulling away so fast that its third successive I.R.A. triumph looked deceptively easy.

¶When the Colorado State Athletic Commission decided to allow Lightweight Champion Joe Brown and Challenger Orlando Zulueta to use 6-oz. instead of 8-oz. gloves for their...

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