Sport: Scoreboard, Jul. 2, 1956

¶ At the National A.A.U. track and field championships at Bakersfield, Calif., last chance for U.S. athletes to qualify for the final Olympic trials in Los Angeles this week, Abilene Christian's blond blur, Bobby Morrow, paced the sprinters with a world-record-tying 0:10.2 in a 100-meter heat. (At Berkeley doctors hoped that Duke's David Sime, recuperating from a pulled groin muscle, would be able to resume his duel with Morrow at Los Angeles and try for an Olympic berth.) Pitt's lithe Negro star Arnie Sowell easily stood off Olympic Champion Mai Whitfield in an...

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