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Pheasant shooting, like most other things in Communist Czechoslovakia, is strictly for utilitarian purposes. No sport is intended. But the commissars, with an irony that possibly is unconscious, maintain the old...
November 19, 1956 | Roy Terrell
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August 20, 1956
Plummeting over Moscow's Tushino Airfield, Soviet parachutist falls free of airplane in third annual world championship, won by Czechoslovakia. Young United States team finished sixth.
May 28, 1956
Victory in sight, Calumet Farm's Fabius, with Jockey Willie Hartack perched high in the saddle, drives for the finish line as vain bid by favored Needles (center) falls short in Preakness (see page 36).