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FOR THE RECORD

Feb. 11, 1957
Feb. 11, 1957

Table of Contents
Feb. 11, 1957

Jubilation Of The Kaw
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
The Wonderful World Of Sport
Sporting Look
Horse Racing
Golf
Acknowledgments
Dogs
Snow Patrol
Fisherman's Calendar
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

BOXING

This is an article from the Feb. 11, 1957 issue Original Layout

Virgil Akins, 6-round TKO over Al Andrews, middleweight, St. Louis.
Charley Joseph, 7-round TKO over Clarence Harbin, middleweights, New Orleans.
Isaac Logart, 10-round decision over Yama Bahama, welterweights, New York.

GOLF

Jimmy Demaret, Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., over Mike Souchak and Ken Venturi, in playoff, Thunderbird Open, Palm Springs, Calif.
Chick Harbert. Detroit, Puerto Rican Open, with 281 for 72 holes. San Juan.
Patty Berg, St Andrews, Ill., Havana Biltmore Invitation, with 210 for 54 holes, Havana.
Mary Ann Downey, Baltimore, and MARGE LINDSAY, Decatur, Ill., over Anne Quast and Anne Richardson, 3 and 2, intl. 4-ball title, Hollywood, Fla.

HORSE RACING

ESPEA: $36,450 Bougainvillea Turf H., 1 3/16 m., by head, in 1:57 3/5, Hialeah. Robert J. Martin up.
ALIDON: $28,750 San Marcos H., 1¼ m., by 1¼, length, in 2:06, Santa Anita. Jack Westrope up.

ICE SKATING

Jim Campbell, Chicago. N. American sr. men's speed-skating title, with 16 pts., Detroit. Women's champion: Jeanne Robinson, Detroit, with 21 pts.
Oleg Goncharenko, Russia, European speed-skating title, with 190.3 pts., Oslo.
Carol Wanek, New York, Eastern Regional sr. ladies figure-skating title, with 1,045 pts., Hershey, Pa.

SKIING

Tom Corcoran, Westfield, N. J., Gibson Memorial Trophy, in 2:22, N. Conway, N.H. Women's champion: Penny Pitou, Laconia, N. H., in 2:41.5.
Bud Werner, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Snow Cup Giant Slalom, in 2:02.8, Alta, Utah. Women's champion: Monie Foley, Houghton, Mich., in 2:20.9.
Antti Hyvarinen, Finland, Duluth Invitational, with leaps of 214, 215 ft. for 113.5 pts.

SQUASH RACQUETS
Henri Salaun, Boston, over Ernie Howard, 15-1, 15-13, 15-8, Canadian singles, Montreal.

TENNIS
Don Candy, Australia, over Armando Vieira, 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-1, S. Florida singles, W. Palm Beach.