Sport: Scoreboard, Apr. 14, 1958

¶ After warming up with an easy 1,500-meter freestyle victory at the A.A.U. national indoor swimming championships in New Haven, Australian Olympian Murray Rose, 18, felt so relaxed that he forgot to count the laps when he kicked off next night in the 22O-yd. grind. With only 20 yds. left to go, Murray, now a Southern California freshman, suddenly realized the race was almost over. He thrashed up to full speed, just managed to come up from third to touch out his countryman and collegemate, Jon Henricks. in a meet-record 2:02.5.

¶ Stumpy Jockey...

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