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FOR THE RECORD

Nov. 26, 1956
Nov. 26, 1956

Table of Contents
Nov. 26, 1956

Greatest Show On Earth
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Preview
A Boy's Trophies
Powerboating
Acknowledgments
Maryland Meeting
Horses
The Outdoor Week
  • Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

    In Maine and Ontario it is man over beast while in Washington it is man against duck and no decision. A British naturalist despairs of man, an Idaho mayor pays dearly for elk meat and an African game ranger pushes parched pachyderms to water

  • Neither snow nor ice nor Olympiads will make the cross-country championships close up shop

Franz Stampfl
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Mr. Caper

FOR THE RECORD

BILLIARDS
Luther Lassiter, Elizabeth City, N.C., natl. pocket billiards title, with 13-3 record, Brooklyn.

This is an article from the Nov. 26, 1956 issue Original Layout

BOATING
Boston U., Middle Atlantic dinghy sailing regatta, with 240 pts., Annapolis.

BOXING

Harold Carter, 10-round decision over Young Jack Johnson, heavyweights, New York.
Bob Satterfield, 7-round KO over Claude Chapman, heavyweights, Providence, R.I.
Randy Sandy, 10-round decision over John L. Sullivan, middleweights, New York.
Holly Mims, 10-round decision over Jimmy Beech-am, middleweights, Miami Beach.

CROSS COUNTRY

Henry Kennedy, Michigan State, Big Ten title, in 20:25.3 for 4 miles, Chicago; IC4A title, in 24:01.8 (new record) for 5 miles, New York. Team champion: Michigan State in both meets.
Bill Pyle, W. Michigan, Central Collegiate Conference title, in 20:49.9 for 4 miles, Chicago. Team champion: Notre Dame.

FIELD TRIALS

Prince Tom III, owned by Tom Clute, Adrian, Mich., natl cocker spaniel title, Ringoes, N.J.
Judy Ellis, Walker bitch owned by C. W Smith, Josephine, Ala., Natl. Fox Hunters' all-age stake champion, Starkville, Miss.

FOOTBALL

Montreal, over Hamilton, 48-41, to win Big Four playoff on total pts., 78-62, Montreal.
Edmonton, over Saskatchewan, 51-7, western playoff final, Edmonton.

GOLF

Smiley Quick, Los Angeles, Gardena Valley Open, with 196 for 54 holes, Gardena, Calif.
John W Roberts, Columbus, Ohio, Southern Srs. Golf Assn. title, with 221 for 54 holes, Pinehurst, N.C.

HORSE RACING

TICK TOCK: $28,975 Sophomore Special, 1 1/8 m., by neck, in 1:50 4/5, Narragansett. Pete Anderson up.
MIDAFTERNOON: $28,700 Display Handicap, 2 1/16 m., by 5½ lengths, in 3:29 3/5, Jamaica. Eddie Arcaro up.