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FOR THE RECORD

Sept. 02, 1957
Sept. 02, 1957

Table of Contents
Sept. 2, 1957

Baseball X-Ray
Acknowledgments
Veep Down
Events & Discoveries
Spectacle
Tennis Preview
Canoes
Tip From The Top
Blue Heaven
Reiser
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

AUTO RACING
Jim Rathmann, Miami, USAC 200-m. big car race, in 2:02:16.9 (98.1 mph average), Milwaukee.

This is an article from the Sept. 2, 1957 issue

BASEBALL
Pensacola, Fla., over Stamford, Conn., 9-0, Babe Ruth League World Series, Ann Arbor, Mich.

BOATING
Malcolm Macnaught, Hingham, Mass., Intl. 110 Class title, with 126 pts., Chicago.

BOXING

Del Flanagan, 10-round decision over Ralph (Tiger) Jones, middleweights, St. Paul.
Isaac Logart, 10-round decision over Walter Byars, welterweights, Detroit.
Kenny Lane, 10-round decision over Johnny Gonsalves, lightweights, Oakland, Calif.

CRICKET
England, over West Indies, 3 matches to 0, 2 draws, London.

FOOTBALL
(Natl. Football League exhibitions)

Balt. 24-Chi. Bears 24
Cleveland 28-Pitts. 13
Detroit 34-Phila. 27
Gr. Bay 17-Chi. Cards 14
N.Y. 24-Los Angeles 7
San Fran. 27-Wash. 20

GOLF

Louise Suggs, Sea Island, Ga., Heart of America Open, with 220 for 54 holes, Kansas City.
Ed Updegraff, Tucson, Ariz., over Joe Campbell, 9 and 8, Western Amateur, St. Louis.

POLO
Solocup, Santa Barbara, Calif., over Dallas Polo Club, 9-4, Natl. 20-goal title, Milwaukee.

SHOOTING
John Moschkau, Waterloo, Iowa, natl. small-bore rifle title, with record 6,392 pts., Camp Perry, Ohio.

TENNIS

Linn Rockwood, Provo, Utah, over George Myerson, 6-2, 6-4, 6-3, Natl. Public Parks title, Salt Lake City.
S. California, over Western, 5-2, for U.S. girls' grass courts title, Philadelphia.

WATER SKIING
(American Water Ski Assn. tournament, San Diego)

Chuck Stearns, Bellflower, Calif., men's over-all title, with 1,105 pts. Women's winner: Mrs. Leah Marie Atkins, Birmingham, with 131 pts.
Joe Cash, Winter Haven, Fla., men's jumping title, with world record-tying 126-ft. leap. Women's champion: Nancie Rideout, Winter Haven, with world record 76-ft. jump.