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FOR THE RECORD

Jan. 13, 1958
Jan. 13, 1958

Table of Contents
Jan. 13, 1958

Tough Juniors
  • Rugged training and long hours are paying off with a generation of new skiers who will be hard to beat

Acknowledgments
Coming Events
Wonderful World Of Sport
Iceboating
Bing Crosby
Sporting Look
Aspen
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

BARREL JUMPING
Leo Lebel, Hartford, Conn., cleared 16 barrels, 27 feet 10½ inches, to win world barrel-jumping-on-ice championship, Grossinger, N.Y.

This is an article from the Jan. 13, 1958 issue

BOATING

Julie Kay, skippered by Kay Parks, New Year's Day race, with .363% error, Tacoma, Wash.
Rum Dum, skippered by Jack Sutphen, Larchmont YC, Manhasset Bay frostbite regatta, with 43 pts., Port Washington, N.Y.

BOXING

Paoli Rosi, 10-round split decision over Johnny Busso, lightweights, New York.
Billy (Sweetpea) Peacock, 2-round KO over Jorge Herrera, bantamweights, San Diego.

DOG SHOW
Ch. Artru Hot Rod, owned by Mrs. Arthur H. Benhoff Jr., Catonsville, Md., best-in-show, American Spaniel Club event, New York.

FIELD TRIALS
Fast Delivery Belle, owned by Myrtis Carver and handled by Arthur Carver, Durham, N.C., amateur all-age stake, Pinehurst, N.C.

FOOTBALL

College all-stars, over Tucson Cowboys, 56-28, Optimist Bowl, Tucson, Ariz.
Yonkers (N.Y.) colts boys club, over Hollywood All-Stars, 18-12, Huddle Prayer Bowl, Hollywood, Fla.

GYMNASTICS
John Pesha, New York, all-round title, with 107.5 pts., Natl. AAU Jr. title, Saraosta, Fla. Women's championship: Judy Kowalsky, St. Petersburg, with 35.1 pts.

HORSE RACING

TALL CHIEF II: $29,200 San Gabriel H., 1¼ m., by head, in 1:59⅘ Santa Anita. Willie Harmatz up.
HOOP BAND: $23,400 Robert E. Lee H., 1[1/16] m., by 1 length, in 1:42⅕ Tropical Pk. John Choquette up.

SKIING
Charles Bozon, France, Adelboden slalom title, in 1:53.7 for two runs, Adelboden, Switzerland.

TENNIS

Bernard (Tut) Bartzen, Dallas, over Tony Vincent, 6-0, 12-10, 6-1, Dixie men's singles, Tampa.
Maria Bueno, Brazil, over Mrs. Laura Lou Kunnen, 6-4, 6-1, Dixie women's singles, Tampa.