March 26, 1956
March 26, 1956

Table of Contents
March 26, 1956

Events & Discoveries
Sebring Comes Of Age
The Wonderful World Of Sport
A Mighty Peculiar Fight
  • Welter Champion Carmen Basilio outfought and outpunched Johnny Saxton but he had no chance in Chicago Stadium, where favorites are fated to lose—as the smart money knows by now

Keystone Crisis
Column Of The Week
Sport In Art
  • Fifty years ago, when 30 mph was fast for average cars, Fred Marriott raced a Stanley Steamer at a speed of two miles a minute. Then three—and crashed

19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


3—lower right, John G. Zimmerman
4—U.P., Max Peter Haas, Herb Workman-Columbus Citizen, U.P.
6—bottom, U.P., A.P.
7—N.Y. Daily Mirror Photo from I.N.P., Wil Blanche-Prange Pictures
16, 18—drawings by Ajay
19—Tom Burnside
20, 21—top, Henry Wolf; bottom, Arthur Siegel, Fred Lyon from Rapho-Guillumette
22—Robert Lackenbach
24, 25—Michael J. Freeman from Gilloon, Bob East from Gilloon
28, 29—Bern Keating-Black Star
32, 35—U.P.
40—right, Sovfoto
41—right, U.S.I.S.
60—Bill Allen-Atlanta Constitution
62—Joe Van Wormer
63, 64—Frank Lerner
68—Hans Knopf-Pix
69—R. S. Kretschman
73—from "A Survey of Early American Ascents in the Alps" by Thorington
76—London Daily Express, Barratts Photo Press Ltd.

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