Sport: Scoreboard, Dec. 10, 1956

¶ The "Big Game," the almost always spirited Army-Navy scrap for the service championship, was a big bust. Army fumbled away chances to run up a score; Navy scuttled its own attack while its sloppy defense did little more than watch the soldiers stop themselves. The game ended, as it should have, in a 7-7 tie, and then, as it should have, the Naval Academy refused an invitation to the Cotton Bowl.

¶ Big Don Newcombe, hapless goat of the Dodger defeat in the World Series, won the first Cy Young Award as the best pitcher in baseball to go with his...

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