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FOCUS ON THE DEED

June 04, 1956
June 04, 1956

Table of Contents
June 4, 1956

Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Preview
Baseball
Acknowledgments
Sea Test
Horse Racing
Dogs
The Outdoor Week
The Sporting Look
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOCUS ON THE DEED

Tape snapper Jim Lea sets new world record of 0:45.8 for the quarter mile, outrunning Oklahoma A&M's J. W. Mashburn (right) and Texas' Eddie Southern in California Relays at Modesto.

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Front runner Fabius gallops to wire and victory in the $62,800 Jersey Stakes at Garden State Park as Kingmaker (center) barely holds off fast-finishing Career Boy for second place.

Proud angler Ernest Hemingway lines up with black marlin caught while filming The Old Man and the Sea in Peru.

Fallen champion Kagamisato heads for canvas and defeat after healthy push by Challenger Narutoumi on opening day of summer sumo wrestling tournament in Tokyo. Kagamisato was one of three grand champions who were upset by lesser-known opponents.

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