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FOR THE RECORD

March 18, 1957
March 18, 1957

Table of Contents
March 18, 1957

Fred Haney's Fire
Events & Discoveries
Pancho The Great
Basketball
  • A year of exciting basketball culminates in the NCAA tournament, with the big question being whether form—which has held true all season—will also decide the national champion

Horse Racing
Outdoors
  • Edited by Thomas H. Lineaweaver

    In Washington, D.C. last week Congress and the North American Wildlife Conference gave all outdoorsmen CAUSE TO CHEER

Skiing
The Red Wings
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments
Pat On The Back
Departments

FOR THE RECORD

BOXING

This is an article from the March 18, 1957 issue Original Layout

Charlie Humez, 10-round decision over Germinal Ballarin, middleweights, Paris.
Gil Turner, 4-round KO over Rudy Gwin, welterweights, New York.

GOLF

Art Wall Jr., Pocono Manor, Pa., Pensacola (Fla.) Open, with 273 for 72 holes.
Mickey Wright, San Diego, Jacksonville (Fla.) Women's Open, with 295 for 72 holes.

GYMNASTICS

Illinois, Big Ten title, with 143½ pts., Ann Arbor, Mich.
Armando Vega, Penn State, all-round title, with 1,574 pts. in 6 events, Eastern Intercollegiate individual championships, Syracuse.

HORSE RACING
JABNEH: $106,350 Hialeah Turf H., 1½ m., by 2¼ lengths, in 2:31 1/5, Hialeah. Willie Hartack up.

SKIING

Dave Jacobs, St. Lawrence U., Canadian downhill title, in 4:03.7 for 2 runs, Mont Tremblant, Que. Women's champion: Gigi Seguin, Mont St. Castin SC.
Harold Rllber, Denver U., 15-kil. N. American cross-country title, in 1:12:46, Gilford, N.H.

SPEED SKATING
Jack Disney, Los Angeles, N. American indoor sr. men's title. Champaign, III. Women's champion: Jeanne Ashworth. Team champion: Illinois.

SQUASH RACQUETS
Ben Hecksher, Harvard, over John Griffiths, Navy, 12-15, 15-7, 15-10, 15-7, natl. college title, Cambridge, Mass. Team champion: Harvard.

SWIMMING
Oklahoma, Big Seven title, with 161 pts., Norman, Okla. Runner-up: Iowa State, with 80 pts.

TENNIS

Vic Seixas, Philadelphia, over Mervyn Rose, 7-5, 6-1, 6-8, 9-7, Masters title, Jacksonville, Fla.
Pancho Gonzales, over Ken Rosewall, 3 matches to 1; Gonzales leads World Pro Tour, 18-8.

WRESTLING
Minnesota, Big Ten title, with 55 pts., Columbus.