This is an article from the June 24, 1957 issue
John Kilborn,Decatur, Ill., 1.9-m. Natl. Sports Car Hill Climb, in 1:29.9, with 88-mphaverage (new record), in Ferrari, Wausau, Wis.
Johnny Thomson, Boyertown, Pa., 50-m. Mike Nazaruk Memorial big car race, in47:20.64, in Offenhauser, Reading, Pa.
East, over West, 67-63, 67-73, 74-59, All-America prep world series,Hutchinson, Kan.
Stanford, over Wisconsin, by½ length, in 8:45 for 1¾ miles, Madison, Wis.
Alex Miteff,10-round decision over Willie Besmanoff, heavyweights, New York.
Randy Turpin, 15-round decision over Arthur Howard, to retain British lightheavyweight title, Leicester, England.
Virgil Akins, 10-round decision over Walter Byars, welterweights, Norfolk,Va.
Mrs. Janice Lee Romary, Los Angeles, women's foil; DICK BERRY, Michigan, épée;DAN BUKANTZ, Fencers Club of N.Y., foil; DAN MAGAY of Hungary and N.California, sabre. Team champions: S. California, women's; Fencers Club ofN.Y., foil; N. California, sabre; Michigan, épée and 3-weapon.
Joanne Goodwin, Haverhill, Mass., Eastern Women's Amateur, with 226 for 54holes, Providence, R.I. LAMAR STATE, NAIA title, Beaumont, Texas.
SIR TRIBAL:$57,900 Balmoral Turf H., 1[3/16] m., by 4½ lengths, in 1:58 1/5, WashingtonPk. Tony Skoronski up.
ROUND TABLE: $37,000 El Dorado H., 11/16 m., by 6 lengths, in 1:41, HollywoodPk. George Taniguchi up.
(Davis Cup,European Zone quarter-finals)
Belgium 3—Mexico 2
Britain 3—France 2
Lawrenceville, invitation interscholastic tournament, with 25 pts., ManursingIsland Club, Rye, N.Y.
Oxford-Cambridge, over Cornell-Penn, 8-7 (first places only), Philadelphia.