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October 08, 1956 | Don Parker
Rutgers stretched its scoring streak to 96 straight games but lost to Princeton; Oklahoma, beating North Carolina easily, scored in its 107th game in a row.
August 27, 1956
Don Wilson, 24-year-old Rollins College graduate who has driven unlimited hydroplanes for only a year, piloted George Simon's U.S. II to easy victory in Detroit's Silver Cup regatta, averaging 83.160 mph in final...
June 04, 1956
•Clean SkinsIn the general decimation of football players on the Pacific coast, one voice rose loud and clear. "We're clean," announced Harvey Knox père, spokesman for Ronnie Knox fils, UCLA tailback. "We got only...
April 09, 1956
Rocky Marciano, chubby heavyweight champion vacationing in South America, admitted giving serious thought to retirement "while I'm still on top" but will make no decision until he meets with Manager Al Weill in New York.
January 09, 1956 | James Murray
Oklahoma, Georgia Tech and Mississippi won their bowl games but Michigan State's apple-eating Irishman won a war of nerves which led to an assistant coach's sin