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FOR THE RECORD

Dec. 23, 1957
Dec. 23, 1957

Table of Contents
Dec. 23, 1957

Yesterday
Acknowledgments
Coming Events
Events & Discoveries
Spectacle
  • Miami sparkles and swells and toots like a calliope at this time of year with its annual Orange Bowl extravaganza—a fine and final tribute to King Football

Bridge Quiz
Flip-Top Zoo
Silver All-America
For Holiday Entertaining
A Special Memo From The Publisher
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over

FOR THE RECORD

BOXING

This is an article from the Dec. 23, 1957 issue

Bob Baker, 10-round decision over Dick Richardson, heavyweights, London.
Ingemar Johansson, 10-round decision over Archie McBride, heavyweights, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Yvon Durelle, 10-round decision over Jerry Luedee, light heavyweights, Tampa, Fla.
Arthur King, 10-round decision over Yama Bahama, welterweights, Toronto.
Kenny Lane, 8-round TKO over Luke Easter, lightweights, San Francisco.
Frankie Ryff, 10-round decision over Frankie Ippolito, lightweights, New York.

DOG SHOWS
Ch. Fontclair Festoon (miniature poodle), owned by Clarence Dillon, Far Hills, N.J., best-in-show, Kennel Club of Philadelphia show.

FOOTBALL

Florida A&M, over Maryland State, 27-21, Orange Blossom Bowl, Miami.
Arlington State, Texas, over Cerritos Jr. College, Norwalk, Calif., 21-12, Jr. Rose Bowl, Pasadena.
Bolling AFB, over San Diego Marines, 28-7, Shrimp Bowl, Galveston, Texas.

(NFL results)

Chi. Cards 31-Phila 27
Wash. 10-Pitts. 3

GOLF
Walter Burkemo, Franklin Hills, Mich., Sanford (Fla.) Open, with 269 for 72 holes.

HORSE RACING
BAROUCHE: $25,000 Golden Gate H., 1‚⅛ m., by 1¼, lengths, in 1:47⅗ Golden Gate Fields. Merlin Volzke up.

SQUASH RACQUETS

Philadelphia, over Boston, 4-3, for Lockett Cup, Boston
New York, over Philadelphia, 3-2, women's Howe Cup final, New York.

TENNIS

(USLTA hard-court championships, La Jolla, Calif.)
Tom Brown, San Francisco, over Whitney Reed, 6-2, 6-2, men's singles.
Beverly Fleitz, Long Beach, Calif., over Mimi Arnold, 6-1, 6-1, women's singles.
Myron Franks, UCLA, and Alejandro Olmedo, USC, over Michael Davies and Roger Becker, 6-2, 6-4, men's doubles.
Beverly Fleitz and Pat Todd, La Jolla, Calif., over Dorothy Cheney and Sally Moore, 6-0, 6-0, women's doubles.