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July 02, 1956 | William F. Talbert
As Wimbledon opened this week, Billy Hill—biggest of London's legal bookmakers—quoted these odds on the men's and women's singles:
June 18, 1956
Bob Friend, strong-armed young Pittsburgh righthander who has kept the Pirates in race for National League lead, outpitched veteran Murry Dickson to beat St. Louis 2-0 in 11 innings, became first major leaguer to win...
May 28, 1956
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March 26, 1956