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June 18, 1956
Some old champions improve with age. Thus Swaps sets a new mile record at Hollywood Park and Archie Moore defends his title by scoring the 88th knockout of his career in London. But the overpowering onrush of youth is one of sport's inevitable and most exciting dramas, exemplified last week by a 21-year-old Floyd Patterson battering his way a step nearer the coveted heavyweight championship. And by the brawny young man at the right, Mickey Charles Mantle, who eyes the most famous baseball record of all: Ruth's magic 60
MEET L. ERNEST DUROCHER, THE INSIDE-THE-SHIRT HIT, ON THE SIDELINES AT THE OPEN, UP-TO-DATE HOROSCOPE FOR THE PIRATES, OVERLOOKED PATENTS, MILER DELANY
- By Jack Burke Jr.
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