Marvin Panch, Charlotte, N.C., NASCAR 150-m. grand natl. stock car race, in 1:54.26, in 1956 Ford, Willow Springs, Calif.
U.S. Olympic team, over Southwest Conference All-Stars, 90-66; Olympic Club All-Stars, 73-54; Kirby Shoes, 88-59, to complete unbeaten tour.
Wayne Bethea, 10-round split decision over Howie Turner, heavyweights, New York.
November 19, 1956
Vince Martinez, 2-round KO over Don Williams, welterweights, Bangor, Me.
Willie Toweel, 15-round decision over Richie (Kid) Howard, to retain British Empire lightweight title, Johannesburg.
Harvard, Heptagonal title, with 57 pts.; Rodman Zwirner, Princeton, individual winner, in 25:00.5 for 5 miles, New York.
Fox Hill Cisco Kid, owned by J. Thurston Howell, Waldo, Ark., grand natl. championship, Natl. Fox Hunters Assn. bench show, Starksville, Miss.
LEBKUCHEN: $63,100 Selima Stakes, 1 1/16 m., by nose, in 1:44 2/5, Laurel. Johnny Longden up.
RARE TREAT: $61,000 Vineland Handicap, 1 1/8 m., by nose, in 1:49 4/5, Garden State. Ray Mikkonen up.
FEDERAL HILL: $60,515 Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes, 1 m., by 3 lengths, in 1:37 2/5, Churchill Downs. Willie Carstens up.
Riviera Wonder, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Mann, open jumper championship, N.Y. Horse Show.
(San Francisco Rodeo winners)
Jim Shoulders, Henryette, Okla., all-round and bull riding.
Wayne Dunafon, W. Moreland, Kans., steer wrestling.
Marty Wood, Browness, Alberta, saddle bronc.
Paul Templeton, Wenatchee, Wash., bareback bronc.
Bill Hogue, Holtville, Calif., calf roping.