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...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

June 25, 1956
June 25, 1956

Table of Contents
June 25, 1956

Chasing The Doc
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
Horse Racing
Boating
Baseball
Track & Field
Horses
Boxing
Acknowledgments
Sporting Look
The Outdoor Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

...THESE FACES IN THE CROWD...

Fred Haney, who lived through three tough years in Pittsburgh, replaced resigned Charlie Grimm as manager of slipping Milwaukee, the next day he watched the Braves come alive with double victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers.

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Marlene Stewart, pretty Canadian titleholder from Rollins College, upset defending champion Jackie Yates in semifinals, repeated North-South victory over Seattle's Ruth Jessen to win national college golf title at Lafayette, Ind.

Erich Seidel, daring German-born kayak paddler, conquered turbulent Arkansas River to win international and American slalom events, placed sixth behind France's Roger Paris in 25-mile White Water downhill race at Salida, Col.

Belmar Gunderson, blond North Carolina shotmaker who set tennis world agog with upset of Louise Brough in nationals last year, defeated Ruth Jeffrey 2-6, 6-3, 6-4, won her second college girls' invitational at Brookline, Mass.

Jordan's King Hussein, despite pleas from family and government, skillfully piloted his Mercedes 300 SL over dusty 4‚Öú-mile course near Beirut in 4:31.7 in race against clock, beat closest opponent by nearly 11 seconds.

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