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FOR THE RECORD

Sept. 09, 1957
Sept. 09, 1957

Table of Contents
Sept. 9, 1957

Baseball X-Ray
Acknowledgments
The Last Nail
America's Cup
Spectacle
Events & Discoveries
Preview
Wreck Of Redlegs
Sporting Look
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

AUTO RACING
Jerry Unser, tong Beach, Calif., USAC 100-m. natl. championship stock car race, in 1:18:34.17, in 1957 Ford, Du Quoin, Ill.

This is an article from the Sept. 9, 1957 issue

BASEBALL
Lufkin, Texas, over Maywood, Ill., 5-2, Pony League World Series, Washington, Pa.

BOATING

Chicago Yacht Club, women's N. American sailing title and Adams Cup, with 54‚⅛ pts., Houston.
John Merrifield, Pequot YC. Southport, Conn., Sears Cup, with 51½ pts., New Orleans.
P. James Roosevelt, Seawanhaka-Corinthian YC, Natl. Raven Class title, with 141¼ pts., Detroit.
U.S., over Canada, 89-79½, Canadian-American 6-meter team trophy, Toronto.
Lowell North and Jim Hill, San Diego, N. American Star Class title, with 122 pts., San Diego.

BOXING

Charley Joseph, 10-round decision over Charley (Tombstone) Smith, middleweights, Los Angeles.
Gene Armstrong, 10-round decision over Rudy Sawyer, welterweights, New York.
Isidro Martinez, 10-round decision over Harold Gomes, featherweights, New York.

FOOTBALL

West, over East, 20-0, All-America High School game, Memphis, Tenn.

(NFL exhibitions)
Green Bay 16-Phil. 13.

HORSE RACING

ROSE TRELLIS: $58,250 Hopeful St., 6¼ f., by 2½ lengths, in 1:18 2/5, Saratoga. Frank Lovato up.
SHIPBOARD: $22,850 Saratoga Steeplechase H., 2½ m., by neck, in 5:12 1/5, Saratoga, Albert Foot up.

SHOOTING
Army SGT. Miles G. Brown, Honolulu, intl. free rifle title, with record 555 out of 600, Camp Perry, Ohio.

TENNIS
Dick Savitt, S. Orange, N.J., over Kurt Nielsen, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4, Westchester Bowl, Rye, N.Y. Cup of Nations team title: Great Britain, with 76 pts.

(Natl. sr. championships, Brookline, Mass.)

Eddie Jacobs, Baltimore, and C. ALPHONSO SMITH, Arlington, Va., over Edward Dileone and Monty Granger, 6-3, 6-4, men's doubles.
Mrs. Richard Buck, Manchester, N.H., over Mrs. Louise Ganzenmuller, 6-0, 6-3, women's singles.
Mrs. Buck and MRS. HUGH A. MCKEAN, Hamilton, Mass., over Mrs. Ganzenmuller and Mrs. Walter Mahoney Jr., 8-6, 6-3, women's doubles.