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March 05, 1956
John Haines, University of Pennsylvania sprinter who is undefeated in championship 60s (four AAU and three IC4A titles), became first man in 35-year IC4A history to tie world record (6.1), establishing mark in...
April 16, 1956
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...
June 18, 1956
Bob Friend, strong-armed young Pittsburgh righthander who has kept the Pirates in race for National League lead, outpitched veteran Murry Dickson to beat St. Louis 2-0 in 11 innings, became first major leaguer to win...
July 02, 1956
A muscle pulled two weeks ago could prevent Dave Sime, one of the most sensational dashmen of our era, from ever getting to compete in the Olympics in November.