Peter Collins, Britain, and Phil Hill, Santa Monica, Calif., 620-m. sports car race, in 6:19:55.4, in 3-liter Ferrari, Buenos Aires.
This is an article from the Feb. 3, 1958 issue
Tavana, skippered by Dooley Glander, 71-m. Miami-Gun Cay Light yacht race, in 9:26.21 corrected time.
Nino Bibbia, Italy, skeleton title and Curzon Gold Cup, in 4:31.7 for 6 runs, St. Moritz.
Dino De Martin, Italy, Italian four-man title, in 1:17.06, Cortina. His team: Alberigo Righini, Enrico de Lorenzo, Romano Bonagura.
Holly Mims and Bobby Boyd, 10-round draw, middleweights, Miami Beach.
Joe Brown, 5-round TKO over Ernie (Sonny Boy) Williams, lightweights (nontitle), Washington, D.C.
Harold Gomes, 7-round TKO over Harold Smith, lightweights, New York.
Frank Kleffman Rink, Hibbing, Minn., over Cav O'Neil Quartet, 14-4, Duluth. Intl. Bonsoiel.
Ch. Treetops Demon King (greyhound), owned by Squirrel Run Kennels, Wilmington, Del., best-in-show, Maryland Kennel Club show, Baltimore.
Dutch Harrison, St. Louis, Tijuana Open, with 280 for 72 holes.
Bob Watson, W. Palm Beach, Fla., Panama Open, with 271 for 72 holes.
J. C. Goosie, Knoxville, Tenn., El Centro-Mexicali pro-amateur, with 140 for 36 holes, El Centro, Calif.
Marlene Hagge, Delray Beach, Fla., Lake Worth (Fla.) women's invitational, with 218 for 54 holes.
Jamin: $37,500 Prix d'Amérique, 1¼ m., by 3 lengths, Vincennes, Paris. Jean Riaud, driver.
Ansten Samuelstuen, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Class A title, with leaps of 173 and 185 ft., St. Paul Winter Carnival.
Ashley Cooper, Australia, over Mai Anderson, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4, Australian men's singles title, Sydney.