Sport: Scoreboard, Jan. 21, 1957

Scoreboard ¶Australia's Murray Rose, the 17-year-old, flipper-footed food faddist who trains on seaweed jelly and experiments with hypnotism, churned 440 yds. at the New-South Wales swimming championships in a world record 4:27.1, passed the 400-meter mark on the way in a world record 4:25.9. When he caught his breath. Rose announced that he would visit the U.S. in the spring "to look around some universities," but admitted that Yale's ubiquitous swimming coach, Bob Kiphuth, had already all but sold him on the beauties of New Haven.

¶Chicago's shotgun-toting Mrs. Carola Mandel added up her year's bag of clay birds on both skeet...

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