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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...
June 25, 1956 | George Weller
May 21, 1956
Arnold Blum, Macon, Ga. mattress company owner with 15 years of tournament play under his belt, dropped 14-foot putt for birdie on final hole to take 1 up victory over young Doug Sanders in Southern Amateur at Atlanta.
May 14, 1956
•Duty's CallJim Bailey, heading back to school after beating John Landy in a 3:58.6 mile, said he probably wouldn't be around to try again this weekend at Fresno. The University of Oregon has a meet scheduled, needs...
April 30, 1956 | Harry Phillips
In Rome's Foro Italico the white marble walls of the room which was once Mussolini's private gymnasium recently served as backdrop for the colorful photographic exhibition Sports in the United States, which SPORTS...