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November 28, 1955
RICHARD S. TUFTSRichard S. Tufts, 59, of Pinehurst, N.C. this month was nominated to be the next president of the United States Golf Association, a nomination that is tantamount to election. Chairman of seven USGA...
April 02, 1956
Bill Talbert, who brought U.S. Davis Cup victory over Australia in 1954, was renamed captain by USLTA, admitted "the odds are great but not insurmountable" as he made plans to work with 12-man squad (see below).
May 07, 1956
Paul O'Shea, young Rye, N.Y. engineering consultant for Mercedes who was nation's leading amateur driver last year, was presented with first annual SI award "in recognition of high point total in U.S. national sports...
November 05, 1956
Max Truex, towheaded little USC sophomore from Warsaw, Ind. whose endurance belies his size, strode through five miles in 24:15.7 for new American record as Olympians engaged in practice meet at Santa Ana, Calif.
November 19, 1956
Del Miller, affable trainer-driver who developed Adios into $500,000 prize package, was in sulky as speedy Dottie's Pick hustled mile in 1:57 4/5, fastest ever for mares, to win $75,000 American Pacing Classic at...