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PAT ON THE BACK

April 30, 1956
April 30, 1956

Table of Contents
April 30, 1956

Events & Discoveries
Spectacle
Not Rain Nor Snow...
The Wonderful World Of Sport
The Fergusons
The Outdoor Week
Auto Show
Derby Tests
Humphrey Bogart
Yesterday
  • Baseball's first professional team toured the country in 1869 and won 64 games, tied one. Next season they won 27 straight, but then they came to Brooklyn and challenged the Atlantics, pride of the East

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

PAT ON THE BACK

JUVENILE HOT SHOTS
Not all crack rifle shots come from Davy Crockett country, nor are they all males. Here are some of the young experts (with .22s) of the sub-junior team of the Middlefield (Conn.) Rifle Club: Sharon Winter, 9, Alexis Kalinowski, 9, Linda Chadsey, 9, Joyce Miller, 9, Allen Jonas, 8.

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JUVENILE CHESS MASTER
And not all chess experts have bald heads and horn-rimmed glasses. A 13-year-old Brooklyn boy, Bobby Fischer (back to camera), played exhibition against 21 opponents, lost only one match. Bobby then tied for first place in the Manhattan Chess Club's "A" reserve tournament.

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