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July 09, 1956
Mario D'Agata, Italian deaf-mute who came back from near-death following shooting fray, used his ready fists to force France's Robert Cohen to "retire" at end of sixth, won European version of world bantamweight...
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June 25, 1956 | Roy Terrell
400 collegians scrambled through the NCAA meet and over 100 qualified for next week's Olympic trials as the field narrows
June 25, 1956
Bellying sails, hard to comp by in light air at Newport, R.I., carry four of 89 yachts, largest entry ever, to the starting line at Brenton Reef as biennial Bermuda Race gets under way.
May 21, 1956
Sirs:Saturday, May 5 was indeed (SI, May 14), but less for the horse race in Kentucky than for the foot race in Los Angeles. It is always disappointing if a really not first-rate favorite wins a great race such as...