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The principal of the school announced that- despite the help of private tutors in Hollywood and Philadelphia- Fabian is a 10-o'clock scholar in English and mathematics.
Lacking his needed credits in those subjects, Fabian will not graduate with his old classmates next week.
South Philadelphia High's principal added that the current delay was caused by the "pressure" of a movie that the toneless lad was making.

To Decathlon Man Rafer Johnson (TIME cover, Aug. 29), whose gold medal in last summer's Olympic Games was won as much on gumption as talent, went the A.A.U.'s James E.
Sullivan Memorial Trophy as the outstanding U.S. amateur athlete of 1960.
As the world's top sportsman- pro or amateur- SPORTS ILLUSTRATED tapped golf's confident Arnold Palmer (TIME cover, May 2), who staged two cliffhanging rallies to win both the Masters and U.S.
Open crowns, went on to win a record $80,738 for the year.

Tooling through Sydney on his way to race in the New Zealand Grand Prix, Britain's balding Ace Driver Stirling Moss, 31, all but smothered himself in his own exhaust of self-crimination.
"I'm a slob", he announced.
"My taste is gaudy.