AUTO RACING—JOB SHEPARD, Tampa, 96-m. Paul Whiteman Trophy race, with 79.02-mph average, in Maserati 200, New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
This is an article from the Feb. 24, 1958 issue
BASEBALL—CUBA, Caribbean Series, with 4-2 record, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
BOXING—OLLIE WILSON, four-round TKO over Charlie Norkus, heavyweights, Providence, R.I.
Jimmy Martinez and Germinal Bal-Larin, 10-round draw, middleweights, Paris.
Gale Kerwin, 10-round split decision over Stefan Redl, welterweights, New York.
Mickey Crawford, 10-round decision over Tex Gonzales, welterweights, New York.
Larry Boardman, 10-round decision over Johnny Digilio, lightweights, Miami Beach.
DOG SHOW—CH. CHERRIVALE DARN MINUTE, owned by Cherrivale Kennels, Lebanon, Ohio, best-in-show, First Company Governor's Foot Guard AA, Hartford, Conn.
Ch. Silhou-Jette's Snow Sprite, owned by Martha Jane Ablett, Medina, Ohio, best-in-show, Elm City Kennel Club, New Haven, Conn.
GOLF—BILL JOHNSTON, Provo, Utah, Texas Open, with 274 for 72 holes, San Antonio.
Betsy Rawls, Spartanburg, S.C., St. Petersburg (Fla.) Open, with 291 for 72 holes.
Albie Pearson, Washington, over John Gray, Philadelphia, on 19th hole. Baseball Players' title, Miami.
HORSE RACING—SOLID SON: $28,900 San Luis Rey H., 1½ m., by nose, in 2:30 3/5, Santa Anita. Ray York up.
PINK VELVET: $25,850 Columbiana H., 7 f., by head, in 1:23 3/5, Hialeah. Walter Blum up.
MOVITAVE: $16,750 Miss Maryland St., 5½ f., by 1½ lengths, in 1:06, Bowie. Nick Shuk up.
SKIING—DARTMOUTH, Eastern Intercollegiate and Middlebury Winter Carnival titles, with 583.13 pts., Middlebury, Vt.
Harvard, Colby College Winter Carnival, with 373.6 pts., Farmington, Me.
U. of Washington, team title, with 355pts., Mt. Rose Ski Bowl Winter Carnival, Reno.
U. of Denver, Rocky Mt.Intercollegiate Ski Assn. title, with 555.6 pts., Steamboat Springs, Colo.
SPEED SKATING—OLEG GONCHARENKO, Russia, world title, with 193.905 pts., Helsinki.
Alex Goguen, Pittsfield, Mass., N. American outdoor title, with 22 pts., Platlsburg, N.Y.
SQUASH RACQUETS—MRS. W. PEPPER CONSTABLE, Princeton, N.J., over Mrs. Baba Lewis, 15-6, 15-13, 15-5, for third straight women's natl. title, Boston.