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FOR THE RECORD

May 28, 1956
May 28, 1956

Table of Contents
May 28, 1956

Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Horse Racing
Boxing
Acknowledgments
The Outdoor Week
Yesterday
  • Hampered though they were by clothes and mores, Victorian women made a place for themselves in sports after a ringing denunciation of U.S. youth by Oliver Wendell Holmes

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

FOR THE RECORD

BOWLING

This is an article from the May 28, 1956 issue Original Layout

Donald Dwyer, Scituate, Mass., men's world candlepin bowling title, with 10-string pintail of 1,127; MRS. MARGARET DESHLER, Boston, women's title, with 5-string pinfall of 529, Manchester, N.H.
Daniel Ryan five, Chicago, women's intl. team title, with 2,880 pins, Miami, Fla.

BOXING

Rory Calhoun, 1-round KO over Randy Sandy, middleweights, New York.
Orlando Zulueta, 10-round decision over Hoacine Khalfi, lightweights, Bangor, Me.

GOLF
Bo Wininger, Oklahoma City, Kansas City Open, with 273 for 72 holes.

HORSE RACING

Princess Turia and Beyond (dead heat): $29,650 Acorn Stakes, 1 m., in 1:37 4/5, Belmont Pk., N.Y.
Henry Moreno up on Princess Turia; Conn McCreary up on Beyond.
LOVER BOY: $27,500 Golden State Breeders' Handicap, 1 1/16 m., in photo finish, in 1:42 2/5, Hollywood Pk., Calif. Johnny Longden up.
SUMMER SOLSTICE: $22,075 Balmoral Turf Handicap, 1‚⅛ m., by ¾ length, in 1:49 2/5, Washington Pk., Ill. Johnny Adams up.

PENTATHLON
Lt. Edgar A. O'Hair, San Antonio, intl. modern pentathlon individual title, with 4,674 pts., San Antonio.

ROWING

Stanford, over S. California and UCLA, by ½ length, for Ed Harbach Cup, Los Angeles.
Cornell, over Syracuse, by 1 length, in 3:46.8 for ¾ m., Syracuse, N.Y.
Navy 1952 Olympic Champions, over Penn and Wisconsin, in 6:40 for 2,000 meters, Philadelphia.

TENNIS

Dick Savitt, Houston, over Vic Seixas, 7-5, 8-6, 1-6, 6-4, Cotton Carnival invitational, Memphis.
Pancho Gonzales, over Tony Trabert, 3 matches to 1. Gonzales leads World Pro Tour, 70-21.
England, over Yugoslavia, 5-0, Davis Cup European Zone second round match, Belgrade.
India, over Japan, 3-2, Davis Cup Eastern Zone final, Tokyo.