Sport: Scoreboard, Mar. 5, 1956

¶ Although Manhattan College's defending champions won only two gold medals (broad jump and shotput), they finished in the money in ten out of 13 events at I.C-4-A track and field championships in Manhattan's Madison Square Garden, and piled up 36 points—enough to hang on to their title. Second: Villanova, with five firsts and a total of 34 points.

¶ Moving up from 14th place in a field of 15, Florida-bred Needles threaded neatly through openings on the second turn, swung wide to come around horses and win the $148,800 Flamingo Stakes at Florida's Hialeah race track by 2¾ lengths from...

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