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March 19, 1956
John Landy, world mile record holder (3:58), gallantly stopped to aid fallen opponent but made up lost 30 yards in plenty of time to win Australian mile championship and Olympic berth with good 4:04.2 clocking at...
July 23, 1956
Major General Garrison (Gar) Davidson, onetime Army football star and, at 29, its youngest head coach (from 1933 to 1937), returned to old West Point stamping grounds, this time as Superintendent of United States...
September 03, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
GENERAL ANTHONY C. McAULIFFEFormer Commander in Chief, U.S. Army in EuropeYes. I never made my letter at West Point, but I played baseball and basketball and continued with polo after graduation. Sports taught me...
October 01, 1956 | Herman Hickman
The big news so far is that the era of ground-bound, grind-it-out, run-it-down-their-throats football is slowly but surely coming to an end. Opening day from coast to coast served notice that football '56 is shedding...
December 03, 1956
•A Walk in the SunNew Zealand athletic officials gulped large servings of crow as Norman Read, whom they had styled "not up to the standard," forced his inclusion on Olympic team by a brilliant pre-Games showing,...