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March 05, 1956 | Volume 4, Issue 10

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Harry Elliott Cover - Sports Illustrated March 05, 1956

March 05, 1956 | Al Collins
There is really no need for those 8s, 9s and 10s that now and then make their way onto the scorecards of golfers who regularly play around 100 and sometimes play in the low 90s. They are caused...

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Juan-Manuel Fangio, Argentina's champion racing driver, may have to cancel out of Sebring, where he was to drive for one of Ferrari's three racing teams. Under the Perón regime, Fangio was allowed...

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With the usual great cast of stars and rookies, 16 major league clubs start dress rehearsals for another big show

March 05, 1956 | Gerald Holland

March 05, 1956 | Whitney Tower

March 05, 1956 | James Murray
A bare hour and a half before the horses went to the post, the golden Santa Anita Handicap turned to dross last Saturday when California's four-legged favorite son was scratched and a sticky...

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A DUEL ON THE SEA

March 05, 1956 | Robert Coughlan

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It is a cheerful passion in a bright world of color and form

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On the following two pages are shown some of the world's loveliest and rarest shells. Opposite are representative beauties from the comprehensive collection of the Smithsonian Institution. From...

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reproduced in actual size

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John Haines, University of Pennsylvania sprinter who is undefeated in championship 60s (four AAU and three IC4A titles), became first man in 35-year IC4A history to tie world record (6.1),...

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RECORD BREAKERS

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Arctic weather, which has kept British race tracks frozen for weeks, forces trainers to exercise their strings at the seashore where the sand makes for easy going underfoot.

March 05, 1956 | Kenneth Rudeen
Daytona's classic produced a triple hero, added fuel to a feud, and fired up a mob

March 05, 1956 | Kenneth Rudeen
GRAND NATIONAL STOCK CAR RACE—160 miles (race ended after 152 miles), Late Model Stock Cars—Winner: Tim Flock, 1956 Chrysler 300B—qualifying speed 135.747; 90.83 mph average; Second: Billy Myers,...

March 05, 1956 | Norman E. Nicholson
A few years ago, a tough competitor named James J. Nance deserted the electrical-appliance business to join the varsity of American industry in Detroit. He hadn't been in the motor capital long...

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March 05, 1956 | Roy Terrell
In college basketball, a week of balmy promise for some top tournament-hungry teams ended in confusion on BLACK SATURDAY

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In the 17th century the stylish gentry of Europe enjoyed many diversions—some ancient even then—which are played today

March 05, 1956 | Compiled by MORT LUND
LS—depth of snow on lower slopes; US-depth of snow on upper slopes; TD—total snowfall during the week days; TW—total snowfall during the weekend; CD—crowd during the week; CW—crowd during the...

March 05, 1956 | Friedl Pfeifer/Coach, U.S. Olympic Team
It is natural that as a skier becomes more proficient he will travel to bigger mountains and steeper slopes. In due course, he may get to sections of ski country where the danger of avalanches...

March 05, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
F.C. (JACK) REITH, DetroitGeneral manager Mercury Division Ford Motor Co."Bill Tilden, Fred Perry, Baron Gottfried von Cramm, Henri Cochet and Don Budge. They added color, prestige and...

March 05, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
Can Los Angeles support major league baseball?

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4—top, A.P., Tony Triolo; bottom, Topical, Alan Spalding5—top, U.P. (2), Niels Lauritzen-Milwaukee Journal; bottom, I.N.P. (2), A.P.8, 10—Walter Daran14, 15—drawings by Ajay22, 23—Michael J....

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Sirs:The height of the golden era of West Coast football, 1925, was also the year of my graduation from the University of Washington (SI, Feb. 20). That the once proud Husky football squad has...

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To Cornelius Ayer Wood, a retired textile executive of Andover, Mass. who has been sailing 60 of his 63 years, yachting has always been the sport. As a token of his great enthusiasm, Wood has made...

March 05, 1956 | Harry Phillips
Often I'm surprised when readers mention names they've learned from SI's masthead. I really shouldn't be. Despite its mildly forbidding character, the masthead is a gathering of highly interesting...