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September 24, 1956
HOPES AND RADIOS TUNED HIGH IN MILWAUKEE, BOARDMAN IS PALERMO'S PUGILIST NOW, THE MIXTURE AS NEVER BEFORE, BOROTRA IN HIS ATHLETIC FIFTIES, THE ANCIENT AERONAUT
As expected, Ribot breezed in the Arc de Triomphe; now, with 16 victories in a row, he is established as ONE OF THE GREAT
October 15, 1956 | Andre Laguerre
The most gigantic equine combat of all time"—such was the billing given by the French press to this week's 35th renewal of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, run over a mile and a half on the Longchamp track in Paris,...
November 05, 1956
THE OLD HEAVE HOOpen-mouthed with strain, U. S. Olympian Harold Connolly spins around in a split instant before he whirls the 16-pound hammer 224 feet 8¼ inches, 13 feet 7¾ inches more than the accepted record—one of...
November 12, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
MRS. PETER LAWFORDSanta Monica, Calif.Football. Because I know more about the game. My brothers—Joe, Teddy, Robert and Senator John Kennedy all played some football with Harvard, good reasons why Harvard didn't win...
January 14, 1957
•Reds on the greenLatest diplomatic intelligence through Paris channels: Dmitri Shepilov, Soviet Foreign Minister, has instructed all Russian diplomats abroad to behave like other diplomats abroad—learn to play golf.