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January 02, 1956
PATRICIA PEACOCKPatricia Peacock, a 17-year-old high school senior from Stuttgart, Ark., last month became the first woman ever to win the world duck-calling championship. Patricia, who won $1,200 in savings bonds...
September 10, 1956
Francis Skiddy Von Stade, longtime Saratoga president, was honored by GNYA for his "devotion to...Thoroughbred racing...a character compounded of sound knowledge, calm thoughtfulness and unblemished integrity."
December 24, 1956
Marcel Boussac, France's cotton king who dotes on racing fast horses (Macip, Apollonia, Philius), made his hobby pay off to rich tune of $228,500 in 1956 to lead all other French owners in winnings for second...
August 10, 1970 | Sandy Treadwell
Soft-spoken and hard-hitting, California's Ray Lunny, the top U.S. Olympic hope, was taught to box by his father, the Stanford coach.
December 03, 1973 | Edwin Shrake