Jack Brabham, England, 150-m. New Zealand intl. Grand Prix, in 1:52:24.3, in Cooper, Auckland.
Mickey Crawford, 10-round decision over Chico Vejar, middleweights, New York.
Charley (Tombstone) Smith, 7-round TKO over Joe Miceli, welterweights, New York.
Art Aragon, 6-round TKO over Joe Abasta, welterweights, Tucson.
Kenny Lane, 10-round decision over Johnny Gonsalves, lightweights, Oakland, Calif.
Paul Keres, Russia, Intl. Chess Congress, with 7½-1½, Hastings, England.
January 20, 1958
Hamilton (Ont.) Thistles, over St. Andrews No. 3 rink, 13-6, Douglas Medal, Mount Hope, N.Y.
Hank's High Cindy, owned and handled by Elwin G. Smith, Pittsburgh, open-shooting dog stake, Pinehurst, N.C.
Mrs. Dorothea dean, Woodstock, Vt., Intl. Women's Fishing Assn. sailfish tournament, with two sails, Stuart. Fla.
G. Newell Hurd, Milton, Mass., Stuart (Fla.) Sail-fish Club light-tackle tournament, with four sails. Women's winner: Mrs. Helen Snyder, Dayton.
Mickey Wright, San Diego, Sea Island (Ga.) invitational, with 224 for 54 holes.
Marge Burns, Greensboro, N.C., Sebring (Fla.) women's amateur, with 326 for 72 holes.
G. Diehl Mateer Jr., Philadelphia, over A. Carter Fergusson, 14-15, 15-11, 18-17, 15-10, Atlantic Coast tournament, Atlantic City, N.J.
Robert (Bobo) Sheehan, Middlebury, Vt., first in downhill and slalom, Eastern Sr. Alpine title, Manchester, Vt.
Bernard (Tut) Bartzen, Dallas, over Bill Quillian, 7-5, 7-5, 6-1, Florida West Coast men's singles, St. Petersburg.
Mal Anderson, Australia, over Neale Fraser, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, W. Australian men's singles, Perth.