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FOR THE RECORD

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

FOR THE RECORD

ARCHERY

This is an article from the July 16, 1956 issue Original Layout

(Natl. Field Archery tournament, Colorado Springs)

Les Speaks, Anaheim, Calif., men's instinctive title.

Ruben Powell, Chula Vista, Calif., men's freestyle title.

Jo McCubbins, Santa Ana, Calif., women's instinctive title.

Peggy Ortiz, Palo Alto, Calif., women's freestyle title.

AUTO RACING

Eugenio Castellotti, Italy, 210-m. Grand Prix, in 2:10.31.1, in Ferrari, Rouen, France.

Glen Roberts, Daytona Beach, Fla., 250-m. NASCAR Grand Natl, race, in 3:07.55, Raleigh, N.C.

BOATING
Welcome, skippered by William Edgar John, Rye, N.Y., NYAC 103-m. predicted-log cruiser race, with 98.05% accuracy, Block Island, R.I.

BOXING

Ernie Durando, 10-round split decision over Jimmy Martinez, middleweights, Portland, Ore.

Maurice Harper, 10-round decision over Joe Miceli welterweights, Oakland, Calif.

Paoli Rosi, 10-round decision over Joey Lopes, lightweights, New York.

Cisco Andrade, 3-round KO over Luke Sandoval, lightweights, Phoenix, Ariz.

GOLF

Doug Sanders, Miami Beach, over Dow Finsterwald, in playoff, Canadian Open, Montreal.

Joyce Ziske, Waterford, Wis., Syracuse (N.Y.) Women's Open, with 221 for 54 holes.

HORSE RACING

RICCI TAVI: $30,400 Saranac H., 1 1/16 m., by 1½ lengths, in 1:42 1/5, Belmont Pk. Paul Bailey up.

BLUE SPARKLER: $28,500 Molly Pitcher H., 1 1/16 m., by 8 lengths, in 1:44 3/5, Monmouth Pk. Ovie Scurlock up.

PORTERHOUSE: $27,300 Lakes & Flowers H., 6 f., by 1¼ lengths, in 1:09, Hollywood Pk. Ismael Valenzuela up.

PENTATHLON
Howard Smith, S. California Striders, natl. pentathlon championship, with 3,033 pts., Los Angeles.

TENNIS
Mexico, over Brazil, 4-0, Davis Cup North American Zone semifinal, Mexico City.