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June 04, 1956
Tape snapper Jim Lea sets new world record of 0:45.8 for the quarter mile, outrunning Oklahoma A&M's J. W. Mashburn (right) and Texas' Eddie Southern in California Relays at Modesto.
June 18, 1956 | Elaine St. Maur
A traditional Japanese art of recording prize catches provides an exciting new hobby for sport fishermen
October 29, 1956
AUTO RACINGJud Larson, Oklahoma City, USAC 100-m. big car race, in 1:09.07, Sacramento.
December 03, 1956
Affairs of state take a holiday as Ethiopia's Emperor Haile Selassie (left) proves to be as adept as his smiling host, Japan's Crown Prince Akihito, at unfamiliar sport of snaring ducks with a net at Imperial Hunting...
December 24, 1956