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FOR THE RECORD

July 09, 1956
July 09, 1956

Table of Contents
July 9, 1956

Olympian Neighbors
All-Star Game: A Preview Tuesday, July 10, 1 PM (EDT)
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Boating
Acknowledgments
Horse Racing
The Outdoor Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Mr. Caper
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

AUTO RACING

This is an article from the July 9, 1956 issue Original Layout

Paul Fagan, Uniondale, N.Y., 15-lap SCCA feature, in Porsche Spyder, Thompson Raceway, Conn.

Vaughn Miller, Columbus, Ohio, Lake Erie Trophy race, in Porsche coupé, Akron, Ohio.

BOXING

Joe Bygraves, 15-round decision over Kitione Lave, for British Empire heavyweight title, London.

Yama Bahama, 10-round decision over Gil Turner, middleweights, New York.

Ike Chestnut, 8-round TKO over Carmelo Costa, featherweights, Washington, D.C.

Flash Elorde, 9-round KO over Cecil Schoonmaker, featherweights, Stockton, Calif.

GOLF

Arnold Palmer, Latrobe, Pa., over Ted Kroll, in sudden-death play-off, Insurance City Open, Wethersfield, Conn.

Beverly Hanson, Apple Valley, Calif., women's Western Open, with 304 for 72 holes, Des Moines.

Bob Kenyon, Great Britain, over Peter Burke, U.S., 4 and 3, world seniors title, Prenton, England.

HORSE RACING

MARY MACHREE: $35,000 Vanity Handicap, 1 1/8 m., by¾ length, in 1:48 3/5, Hollywood Pk., Calif. Belloin Pulido up.

SWOON'S SON: $27,275 Warren Wright Memorial, 7 f., by 5 lengths, in 1:22 2/5, Arlington Pk., Ill. Dave Erb up.

LEALLAH: $25,200 Colleen Stakes, 5½ f., by 4½ lengths, in 1:04, Monmouth Pk., N.J. Sammy Boulmetis up.

SAILING
Freebooter, skippered by Max and Bob Pohn, Chicago-Saugatuck race, in 9:18.35 elapsed time (new record), Saugatuck, Mich.

SOCCER

Philadelphia Uhriks, over Elizabeth Falcons, 5-1, in play-off for American League title, New York.

St. Engelbert, over Heidelberg (Pittsburgh), 1-0, Natl. Junior Cup title, St. Louis.

TENNIS

Dick Savitt, Dallas, over Johann Kupferburger, 6-1, 6-4, 1-6, 6-4, Southwest Open final. Little Rock, Ark.

Janet Hopps, Seattle, over Jeanne Arth, 10-8, 10-8, natl. college girls singles title, St. Louis.