This is an article from the April 23, 1956 issue
Bob Satterfield, 10-round decision over Jimmy Persey, heavyweights, Miami Beach.
Chuck Speiser, 6-round TKO over Joey Rowan, light heavyweights, Detroit.
Rory Calhoun, 10-round decision over Jackie LaBua, middleweights, New York.
University of Wisconsin, NCAA championship, with 47 pts., Madison, Wis.
U.S. Air Force, won 5 of 10 titles, Natl. AAU championships, Boston.
Marlene Bauer Hagge, Asheville, N.C., Babe Zaharias tournament, with 219, Beaumont, Texas.
Germantown, PA., Natl. YMCA title, with 76.5 pts., Philadelphia.
Providence Reds, over Cleveland Barons, 6-3, to win American Hockey League Calder Cup playoffs, 4 games to 0, Cleveland.
BESOMER: $34,000 Governor's Gold Cup, 6 f., by head, in 1:11 1/5, Bowie, Md. Nick Shuk up.
RICACHO: Middleburg Hunt Cup, 3 m., by 6 lengths, in 5:22 4/5, Middleburg, Va. Paddy Smithwick up.
JARRIN JOHN: Block House Steeplechase, 2 m., by 6 lengths, in 4:44 3/5, Tryon, N.C. Tom Rankin up.
LANCREL: My Lady's Manor point-to-point, 4 m., by 4 lengths, in 6:15 3/5, Monkton, Md. Frank A. Bonsai Jr. up.
Harmarville, Pa. Hurricanes and Brooklyn Hakoah, 1-1 tie, but Hurricanes win Eastern playoffs on total goals, 2-1, Natl. Challenge Cup, New York.
Dayton, Ohio, Natl. YMCA swimming and diving championship, with 80 pts., Omaha.
Pancho Gonzales over Tony Trabert, 5 matches to 1. Gonzales now leads World Pro Tour 56-17.
Ohio State, NCAA team title, with 16 pts., Columbus, Ohio.
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