SPORT AROUND THE WORLD PICTURE NEWS REDL \VINS BOUT—Welterweight Stefan Red! (right), of Germany and Passaic. N. J., is giving Danny Russo, of Brooklyn, N. Y., a taste of his right glove during their 10-round bout in Manhattan. Rcdl scored his 21 st victory out of 24 starts with a unanimous decision over Russo. FOR HIM—New York Yankees pitcher Bob Turley had something to smile about when he had a plaque presented to him as the Sal Mercer Outstanding Player Award. It took place at a dinner in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan. SIX OVER LIGHTLY—Balancing three pretty girls at one time is quile a feat, and it's also taking three husky men to do it at Cypress Gardens, P'la. The girls are riding piggyback, which helps save three pairs of skis, and all three couples are being towed by one boat. It's an economical way of doing things, and a lot of fun, too. FULL OF BOUNCE —Jumping high in a spectacular manner is Margie Nelson, 22, who's a showgirl in Las Vegas, Nev. The shapely blonde is doing a nifty mid-air split as she exercises on a trampoline at the hotel where she works. PIN WHEEL—Bowling is certainly right down the alley of Dorothy Cynthia Barker, who's showing off part of her enormous collection of trophies at borne in Memphis, Tenn. A top bowler since 1948, "Dot" this year has the highest average for Memphis women bowlers. MUSCLE BOYS — Fklouard Sylvelre (left I, of Tijuana, Mexico, won the title of Mr. Universe "> the Body Building Festival at Montreal, Que., Canada. At right is Torre Larson, of Montreal, who won the Mr. America crown COINED — Betty Frazee, a lissome gal if ever there was one, decided to decorate her bathing suit at Florida's Silver Springs. Betty's decora- lion enough, but she covered the suit with 10-cent pieces and found it took $40 worth. It was all. done for the March of Dimes. TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT—Six hands shot up to snag a rebound in New York during a tame between the New York Knickerbockers and the St. Louis Hawks. Left to right are: Chuck Share (13) of the Hawks, Richie Guerin ffl) of the Knicks, and Boh Pi-Hit (9) of the Hawks, The player in right foreground is unidentified. St. Louts won, 112-111. DONE UP BROWN—Brown leather trousers add an unusual note of rugged comfort for the outdoor man in this sports ensemble shown in Florence, Italy. The brown tweed jacket has a brown suede collar and leather "turn-ups" at the sleeves. WATER SPOUT—As he makes like a whale in Ruislip, England, actor Hugh O'Brian is also testing a new ski suit of foarn rubber. TV's Wyatt Earp is enjoying a vacation abroad and seems to be having a mighty good time. H.a.hii,. trie lip, rt i tin tiui of the 00 \uitl dash in Uie Games at Mudi^on Square Garden are tUii 10 right): Olympic champ Bobby Morrow, of Abilene, Tex.; Jonas Spiegal, College Park, Md., and Paul Winder of Morgan State in Baltimore, Md. Winder won the race in six. and two-tenths seconds. Spiegal was second. VOI'Nti champ Bmiii-y Itu- bom. in Miami, fc'lu. ton deftj and Lou Barbara Jr. v IMII Uli-r li:'lil'.\ i-i;-llt imd WeltcM I i'ii-1 et-«J Mill!'-- Ui hull dlirillr'. lliis 1 The kid.-, art. 1 three-year-old-- C'ury Mars- has returned to boxing as the manager of lightweight Frankie Rytf. Nti/Vi'lNU t'.4i>llLY After v. inning Inn thud lOn-c^uiive iiatiiir,aj IIL-.U'..- -.l.«tuii; nuv.ji m Kocht-sU-1, N. Y., Carol Hei.v-. 1'J ui;;hti, II t-w Uu k home to Quvi-i-.-.. N. Y . v.nli M-lt-i- Nancy and brother Bruce. Nancy did all right, too. as she finished second. The fcirls competed over » weekend, then went right back to their respective studies in school.
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