March 10, 1958
March 10, 1958

Table of Contents
March 10, 1958

Snow Patrol
Galling Day
African Safari
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


BADMINTON—U.S., over Canada, 9-0, Thomas Cup American Zone final, Long Beach, Calif.

This is an article from the March 10, 1958 issue Original Layout

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.

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.