Buck Baker, Charlotte, N.C., NASCAR 100-m. Grand Natl., in 1:56:40 (51.39 mph average), in 1957 Chevrolet, Shelby, N.C.
This is an article from the Sept. 30, 1957 issue
Buffalo, over Miami, 4 games to 1, International League playoff, Miami.
Denver, over St. Paul, 4 games to 2, American Assn. playoff, Denver.
Japan, over Canada, 4-2, Global World Series, Detroit.
Birmingham, ALA., over Knoxville, 5-4; Aberdeen 3-1: American Amateur Baseball Congress, Battle Creek, Mich.
Jim and Allegra Mertz, American YC, Russell J. Nall Perpetual Memorial Trophy, with .940.2 percentage, Long Island Sound.
Eddie Machen, 5-round KO over Eduardo Romero, heavyweights, Portland, Ore.
Sugar Hart and Charlie Cotton, 10-round draw welterweights, New York.
Ralph Dupas, 10-round decision over Joe Miceli, lightweights, New Orleans.
Alphonse Halimi, 2-round KO over Chic Brogan, bantamweights (nontitle), Paris.
Russia, women's intl. team title, with 10½-5½ U.S. Group A, with 8-2, Emmen, The Netherlands.
Top Hills Trumps (miniature poodle), owned by Mrs. Gardner Cassatt, Villanova, Pa., and handled by Anne Hone Rogers, Best-in-show, Ox Ridge Kennel Club, Darien, Conn.
Chi. Bears 29-Cleveland 3
Chi. Cards 28-Baltimore 21
Green Bay 10-Pitts. 10
Los Ang. 14-Wash. 3
N.Y. 17-Detroit 0
S. Fran. 17-Phila. 14
U.S. Ryder Cup Team, over Challenge Team, 9½-5½, Buffalo, N.Y.
Mrs. James Ferrie, Gardena, Calif., over Mrs. Ann Casey Johnstone, 5 and 3, Trans-Mississippi Amateur, Las Vegas.
MY NIGHT OUT: $50,000 Michigan Mile, 1 1/16 m., by½ length, in 1:47 2/5, Detroit. Earl Knapp up.
San Pedro, Calif., over Sapulpa, Okla., 2-1, Natl. Softball Congress Final, El Paso, Texas.