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FOCUS ON THE DEED

Sept. 24, 1956
Sept. 24, 1956

Table of Contents
Sept. 24, 1956

Events & Discoveries
Acknowledgments
Sporting Look
What Happens To Players?
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOCUS ON THE DEED

Dodger spy Al Campanis, with assist from son, hopefully scouts Yankees while his team battles for National League flag.

This is an article from the Sept. 24, 1956 issue

Melbourne bound, Cyclists Erhard Neumann (left), George Van Meter (center) and Joe Becker trade victory grins.

Winning manager Red Braden accepts trophy for Ft. Wayne Dairymen, who won the Global World Series at Milwaukee.

Leaping for kill, Russian goes high in air to drive home point as white-shirted American players get set for expected smash in the world volleyball championships won by Czechs at Paris.

Ready for kill, exciting new Lightweight Larry Boardman (Blinky Palermo's latest acquisition) eyes fallen ex-Champion Jimmy Carter, down for third time at Boston (see page 23).

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