Buck Baker, Charlotte, N.C., in 1957 Chevrolet, declared winner of NASCAR "Virginia 500," when accident halted race on 441st lap, Martinsville, Va.
Washington, over California, by 7 lengths, in 14:29.5 for 2¾ m., Seattle.
Princeton lightweights, Eastern title and Wright Trophy, in 6:51.3 for 1[5/16] m., Annapolis.
May 26, 1957
Willie Pastrano, 10-round decision over Neal Welch, heavyweights, Miami Beach.
Jimmy Archer, 10-round split decision over Tony DiBiase, welterweights, New York.
Vic Hershkowitz, Brooklyn, over Oscar Obert, 21-20, 21-19, Natl. AAU 1-wall title, Brooklyn.
PORTERHOUSE: $55,900 Los Angeles H., 7 f., by 4 lengths, in 1:20⅘ Hollywood Pk., Johnny Longden up.
EVENING TIME: $30,450 Betsy Ross St., 6 f., by 1¼ lengths, in 1:11[1/5] Garden State. Gayle Smith up.
GRAND CHAL: Gloucester Fox Hunters Plate Steeplechase, 3 m., by 3 lengths, in 6:09.45, Media, Pa. Joe Aitcheson Jr. up.
Baltimore U., over Hofstra, 13-6, to clinch Eastern Intercollegiate League title, Hempstead, L.I.
Johnny Kelley, Groton, Conn., Natl. AAU title, in 2:24.55 for 26 m. 385 yds., Yonkers, N.Y.
St. Louis Kutis, over Chicago Schwaben, 2-1, in first of 2-game total-goal series for Western Division amateur title, St. Louis.
(Davis Cup, second round)
Belgium 4—Hungary 1
Denmark 4—S. Africa 1
France 3—Czech. 0
G. Britain 5—N. Zealand 0
Italy 3—Holland 0
Mexico 3—W. Germany 0
Philippines 3—Japan 2
Poland 3—Chile 2
Ken Rosewall, over Pancho Gonzales, 3 matches to 1; Gonzales leads World Pro Tour, 45-26.