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Cinema: Gee-Whizzer

Gee-Whizzer (See Cover) In 1927 Finnish Paavo Nurmi was the world's greatest distance runner, Yankee Babe Ruth cracked out his 416th home run, Bobby Jones won...

Sport: Sonja

On the streets of her native Oslo, Sonja Henie causes almost as much of a stir as King Haakon. In the U. S., where she has been developed into a Hollywood...

Theatre: Death of a Flack

TRIBUTE by Bernard Slade Considering the alternative, dying has a lot to recommend it. In recent years screenwriters and playwrights have even found it an...

Art: Marriage Go-Round

When dimpled Skating Star Sonja Henie, 48, got married for the third time in 1956, she made it clear that some changes would have to be made in her new...

Cinema: Also Showing

Everything Happens at Night (20th Century-Fox) continues prudent but so far rather unproductive efforts to turn Sonja Henie into a dramatic actress against the...

Sport: Durable Champion

In the days before Sonja Henie, no crowd would pay good money to see a woman do fancy skating. But Evelyn Chandler, a pretty redhead who had been national junior...

CANADA: Rank on the Rink

Ever since she won the Olympic figure-skating championship in 1948 and turned professional, Ottawa-born Barbara Ann Scott has seen her career dogged by a...

Sport: One in a Million

Many a nine-year-old girl nowadays wants to skate like Sonja Henie. One was Dorothy Goos, daughter of a Bronx electrician. When she was nine, she was taken to...

Sport: Fine Figures

In 1930 the world's figure-skating championships were held in the U. S. for the first time. From Norway to defend her itle came dimpled 17-year-old Champion...

Cinema: New Picture, Sep. 22, 1941

Sun Valley Serenade (20th Century-Fox) is pleasantly put together around the reasonable assumption that Sonja Henie fans have tired of seeing Henie skate...

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