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FOR THE RECORD
February 20, 1956
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February 20, 1956

For The Record

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HOCKEY

Natl. Hockey League

1. Montreal
W-34; L-12; T-10
Pts.: 78

Toronto
1-1

Chicago
3-1

Boston
7-1

2. New Tork
W-26; L-18; T-9
Pts.: 61

Boston
3-3

Toronto
0-5

Detroit
2-1

3. Detroit
W-22; L-18; T-14
Pts.: 58

Chicago
3-2

Boston
2-3

New York
1-2

4. Toronto
W-18; L-28; T-10
Pts.: 46

Montreal
1-1

Boston
1-1

New York
5-0

Chicago
1-1

5. Boston
W-16; L-27; T-12
Pts.: 44

New York
3-3

Toronto
1-1

Detroit
3-2

Montreal
1-7

6. Chicago
W-16; L-29; T-11
Pts.: 43

Detroit
2-3

Montreal
1-3

Toronto
1-1

[This article contains a table. Please see hardcopy of magazine or PDF.]

BOBSLEDDlNG
Eugenio Monti, Italy. Swiss Int. four-man championships, in 2:37.25 for mile run. Runner-up: Marquis de Portago.

BOXING

Art Aragon, two-round KO over Ramon Tiscareno, welterweights, Hollywood.
Miguel Berrios, five-round KO over Bobby Courchesne, featherweights, New York.
Paul Jorgenson, 10-round split decision over Teddy (Red Top) Davis, featherweights, Houston.

DOG SHOWS
Ch. Baroque Of Quality Hill, owned by Mr. and Mrs. John P. Wagner, Chicago, best-of-breed, American Boxer Club specialty, New York.

HORSE RACING
King Hairin, $20,425 Florida Breeders Stakes, 3 f., by 3 lengths, in 0:32 4/5, Hialeah Park, Fla. Ken Scawthorn up.

GOLF
Jim Hearn, N.Y. Giants, Early Wynn baseball players' tournament, with 221 for 54 holes, Sarasota, Fla.

RACQUETS
Stanley and Charles Pearson, Philadelphia, over Geoffrey Atkins and Billy Wood-Prince, 15-6, 9-15, 15-10, 15-7, U.S. Amateur doubles championships, Boston.

SOCCER
AUSTRIA 7—American League All-Stars 1, New York.

TENNIS

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