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November 05, 1956
For the first time in its 14-year history, the International Lawn Bowling Trophy has been won by U.S. teams, which defeated Great Britain in matches at Boston, Chicago and Los Angeles. Above is the Los Angeles team....
May 21, 1956
ROBBIE BARDFor three years, 14-year-old Robbie Bard of Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y. has been 1) tying trout flies and 2) enraging adult fishermen in the area. Robbie refuses to sell his flies (he does sell worms) and,...
April 23, 1956 | Paul O'Neil
April 16, 1956 | Harry Phillips
Miss Barbara Romack, on our cover this week, brings pleasantly to mind the growing role women play in the world of sport. Once man's last preserve, sport is now nearly as coeducational as the dance floor, and many of...
July 11, 1955
SAILING DOWN UNDERAustralian yachtsmen in search of perilous sport crowd 1,640 square feet of sail on 18-foot skiffs and head out into the windswept waters of Sydney harbor. Four to six men are needed to handle and...