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FOR THE RECORD

Nov. 12, 1956
Nov. 12, 1956

Table of Contents
Nov. 12, 1956

Down Goes Mr. Brodie
Spectacle
  • In five years the Washington International and its entrants from overseas have brought new brilliance to the U.S. racing atmosphere

Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Hickman's Hunches
Horses
This Sporting World
Motor Sports
Acknowledgments
The Outdoor Week
  • Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

    In a California deer hunt anything goes, but anything doesn't if the quarry is bear. A goose is cooked in Nebraska, the whooper is debated in Washington, in Oregon it rains elk

Sporting Look
Duffy Daugherty
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

AUTO RACING

This is an article from the Nov. 12, 1956 issue Original Layout

Stirling Moss, England, 205-m. Grand Prix of Caracas, in 2:31.50, in Maserati, Caracas, Venezuela.
Sam Hanks, Burbank, Calif., USAC 250-m. Natl. Stock Car Championship Race, in 3:36.44, in 1956 Mercury, Agoura, Calif.
Jim Bothwell, New Brunswick, N.J. and Bob Mollman, Cleveland, Appalachian Mt. Natl. Rally with error of 291 seconds, in Austin-Healey, Hershey, Pa.

BASKETBALL
U.S. Olympic Team, over Denver-Chicago Truckers 85-72; Wichita Vickers 76-72; Phillips 66 Oilers 85-61 on cross-country tour.

BOATING

MIT, Schell Trophy, with 158 pts., New England fall invitation regatta, Medford, Mass.
Royono, skippered by Albert C. Cavileer, 100-m., The Skipper Invitation Race, in 13:44.58 elapsed time, Annapolis, Md.

BOWLING
St. Louis Budweisers, Natl. Team Elimination title, with 11,655 pins in 12 games, Buffalo, N.Y.

BOXING

Charley Norkus, 10-round decision over Joey Rowan, heavyweights, New York.
Charley Joseph, 10-round split decision over Willie Vaughn, middleweights, New Orleans.
Joe Miceli, 10-round decision over Carlo Sarlo, welterweights, Chicago.
Paolo Rosi, 8-round TKO over Henry (Toothpick) Brown, lightweights, Washington, D.C.

FOOTBALL
Saskatchewan, over Winnipeg 42-7, first game, WIFU playoff, Regina.

GOLF

Bill Campbell, Huntington, W. Va., over Joe LeBlanc 9 & 8, Mexican Amateur, Mexico City.
Jerry Barber, Los Angeles, Pomona Valley Open, with 207 for 54 holes, Chino, Calif.

HORSE RACING

CAPELET: $89,300 Frizette Handicap, 1 1/16 m., by 2 lengths, in 1:45 2/5, Jamaica. Jim Nichols up.
RENEGED: $31,290 Benjamin Franklin Handicap, 1 1/16 m., by nose, in 1:45 1/5, Garden State. Bob Ussery up.