Hans Zoller and Hans Leu, Switzerland, Swiss Intl. 2-man title, in 2:51.35 for 2 runs, St. Moritz.
Eugenio Monti and Renzo Alvera, Italy, Italian 2-man title, in 5:31.39 for 4 runs, Cortina.
David Little, Baltimore, U.S. Men's Classic Duck-pin tournament, with 2,089 for 15 games, Greensboro, N. C.
January 27, 1958
Harold Johnson, 10-round decision over Bert Whitehurst, heavyweights, Syracuse, N.Y.
Willie Toweel, 10-round decision over Orlando Zulueta, lightweights, London.
Joey Lopes, 10-round decision over Jimmy Carter, lightweights, Sacramento, Calif.
Frankie Ryff, 10 round decision over Kid Centella, lightweights, New York.
Billy (Sweetpea) Peacock, 12-round decision over Ross Padilla, to retain California bantamweight title, Hollywood, Calif.
(Middle Atlantic championships, New York)
Bruce Heiss, 14, Ozone Park, N.Y. men's sr. singles.
Anne Batdorf, 11, Lebanon, Pa., jr. ladies' singles.
Dick Frank, 14, Gladwyne, Pa., jr. men's singles.
Betsy Rawls, Spartanburg, S.C., Tampa (Fla.) Women's Open, with 302 for 72 holes.
TERRANG: $27,450 Santa Catalina H., 1‚⅛ m., by½ length, in 1:49⅕ Santa Anita. Bill Boland up.
Miner Cliett, 13-year-old prodigy, Birmingham, Ala., high over-all all-gauge title, Royal Palm Winter Open skeet championships, W. Palm Beach, Fla.
Ken Bartholomew, Minneapolis, and ANDY KORENAK JR., W. Allis, Wis., tied for first with 19 pts., Great Lakes sr. men's title, Milwaukee.
(Coral Gables-U. of Miami tournament, Coral Gables)
Tony Vincent, New York, over Gardnar Mulloy, 6-3, 8-6, 6-3, men's singles.
Karol Fageros, Coral Gables, over Maria Bueno, 6-4, 3-6, 6-2, women's singles.