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FOCUS ON THE DEED

July 16, 1956
July 16, 1956

Table of Contents
July 16, 1956

Cincinnati Story
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Wimbledon
  • By William F. Talbert

    Love, motherhood, severed apron strings and regal loneliness were part of the atmosphere at Wimbledon last week as Lew Hoad and Shirley Fry at last won through to the big titles

Acknowledgments
Motor Sports
Bonnie Prudden
Rafer Johnson
Horse Racing
Outdoor Week
Sports Of The Presidents
Pat On The Back

FOCUS ON THE DEED

Eye-catching Sea Fever, displaying unique transom-style stern for the first time, sails to victory in AA class during the PCYA-PIYA regatta out of Royal Victoria (B.C.) Yacht Club.

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Power-stroking Princeton lightweights (shown winning first heat) swept past all opposition, became the third straight U.S. crew to win Thames Challenge Cup at Henley (see above).

California wonder Swaps shows his famous heels to Mister Gus as he equals world record of 1:46 4/5 for mile and eighth while winning $103,250 American Handicap at Hollywood Park.

Eastern millionaire Nashua, sporting blinkers after two successive defeats, sprints across finish line in $83,000 Suburban Handicap at Belmont and toward possible meeting with Swaps.

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