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FOCUS ON THE DEED

Aug. 06, 1956
Aug. 06, 1956

Table of Contents
Aug. 6, 1956

Events & Discoveries
Umpires Ever Wrong
Billy Haughton
Travesty In Tijuana
  • When a border impresario matched two female bullfighters, Mexico City Bureau Chief Richard Oulahan Jr. and Critic Rafael Delgado Lozano, who earlier covered the great mano a mano at Maracay (SI, March 12), went north to observe it. Their verdict: "Disgusting and disgraceful"

Boating
Motor Sports
Baseball
Golf
Acknowledgments
Boxing
Swimming
Outdoor Week
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Mr. Caper
Pat On The Back

FOCUS ON THE DEED

The third man holds off aging Archie Moore and moves in to save bloody James J. Parker from further punishment in 9th round of "world heavyweight championship" bout at Toronto.

This is an article from the Aug. 6, 1956 issue Original Layout

Amid the happy throng, smiling Major George Twine is "chaired" from range after winning Queen's Prize for the second time in National Rifle Championships at Bisley, England.

Body English by Jackie Burke helps putt drop on 25th hole for lead over Ted Kroll in PGA.

Casey at the dais draws a hearty chuckle from former President Harry Truman (left) during 66th birthday party for Stengel at Kansas City.

Royal smile greets America's Billy Steinkraus as he gets trophy from Queen Elizabeth for horse jumping at London.

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