BADMINTON—U.S., over Canada, 9-0, Thomas Cup American Zone final, Long Beach, Calif.
BOATING—BONNIE GLEN GARRY, skippered by Alex Carlin, Detroit, Midwinter Lightning Class series, Miami.
Tooky, driven by Forrest Johnson, Miami, 48-m. Miami-to-Bimini powerboat race, in 1:20.
BOXING—RORY CALHOUN, 10 round split decision over Randy Sandy, middleweights, Boston.
March 10, 1958
Jimmy Archer, 7-round TKO over Danny Russo, welterweights. New York.
Carlos Ortiz, 10-round decision over Tommy Tibbs, lightweights, New York.
Duilio Loi, 9-round TKO over Wallace (Bud) Smith, lightweights, Milan.
DOG SLEDDING—ART ALLEN, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, 1,500-m. world open sled dog derby. The Pas, Manitoba.
GOLF—CHARLIE SIFFORD, Philadelphia, North-South Negro title, with 282 for 72 holes, Miami. Women's champion: MYRTLE PATTERSON, New York, with 367 for 72 holes.
HORSE RACING—TENACIOUS: $61,900 New Orleans H., 1‚⅛ m., by neck, in 1:51, Fair Grounds. Ray Broussard up.
PLATFORM TENNIS—RICHARD HEBARD and JAMES CARLISLE, Fox Meadow TC, over George Harrison and William Pardoe, 4-6, 4-6, 7-5, 7-5, 6-3, natl. doubles title, Scarsdale, N.Y.
SKIING—ADOLF WIKLUND, Sweden, world biathlon championship, in 1:33:44 for 12½-mile cross-country race, SKAALFELDEN, Austria.
SPEED SKATING—JIM CAMPBELL, Glen Ellyn, Ill., N. American men's indoor title, with 16 pts., Rochester. Women's champion: JEAN ASHWORTH, Wilmington, Mass., with 17 pts.
SQUASH RACQUETS—MRS. LOUISE MANLY-POWER and MRS. SYLVANIA SIMONIN, Philadelphia, over Mrs. Barbara Clement and Mrs. Jean Classen, 15-6, 15-8, 15-12, U.S. women's doubles title, Philadelphia.
Carl Badger and JIM ETHRIDGE, Greenwich Conn., over John Russell and Dick Remsen, 9-15, 18-17, 18-15, 15-10, Locketl Cup, New York.
TENNIS—PANCHO GONZALES, over Lew Hoad, 3 matches to 2. Hoad leads pro tour 18-11.
Budge Patty, Los Angeles, over Gardnar Mulloy, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4, City of Miami men's singles.
Karol Fageros, Miami, over Mrs. Barbara Davidson, 6-2, 7-5, City of Miami women's singles.
TRACK &, FIELD—MARYLAND, Atlantic Coast Conference indoor title, with 53 2/5 pts., Chapel Hill, N.C.