Sport: Scoreboard, Feb. 9, 1953

¶ In New York City, the Amateur Athletic Union announced a $500,000 drive for 1956 Olympic funds. Said an A.A.U. spokesman: "We must have a concentrated effort by the people of America. We must beat Russia."

¶In Phoenix, Golfer Lloyd Mangrum, hottest of the winter-circuit campaigners (TIME, Jan. 26), scored his third victory in five 1953 tournaments, picked up another $2,000 in prize money.

¶ In Arcadia, Calif., Calumet Farm's Mark-Ye-Well (Eddie Arcaro up) and Fleet Bird ran one-two in the $161,975 Santa Anita Maturity, winning $85,600 of the jackpot for first, $30,000 more for second place.

¶ In Elgin, Ill., arm-weary...

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