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FOCUS ON THE DEED

Sept. 10, 1956
Sept. 10, 1956

Table of Contents
Sept. 10, 1956

Whitey Ford
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Conversation Piece
Acknowledgments
Test Time For Tuna
The Outdoor Week
Sports Of The Presidents
19th Hole: Anniversary Issue: Happy Birthday And Hurry Up With That Next Issue
Pat On The Back

FOCUS ON THE DEED

Limbering up his big game in bid for tennis grand slam, Lew Hoad serves in his opening match of Nationals at Forest Hills.

This is an article from the Sept. 10, 1956 issue Original Layout

Returning a cross-court volley, title-minded Althea Gibson (left) scores point in first-round win over Mrs. Nell Hopman.

Displaying good form, Heather Brewer, Bermuda's answer to Gussie Moran, gets off left-handed serve at Forest Hills.

Cocking arm, Boston's raging Sammy White lets go with toss into center field, setting stage for rhubarb at Fenway Park.

Loading up? This action, by Milwaukee's fidgety Lew Burdette in Dodger game, has prompted opponents to yell "spitball."

Electronic age brings closed-circuit TV to Los Angeles Rams as a contact between grandstand scout and the bench.

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