March 31, 1958
March 31, 1958

Table of Contents
March 31, 1958

Coming Events
Wonderful World Of Sport
Foreign Cars
Big League Secrets: Part 2


BASKETBALL—KILGORE (Texas), over Weber (Utah), 68-57, Natl. Jr. College championship, Hutchinson, Kans.

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BOWLING—FAN MAJORS, Grand Rapids, Mich., over George Ash Team, Chicago, 22,734 pins to 21,956, Natl, women's team title, Grand Rapids.

BOXING—WILLIE VAUGHN and JIMMY BEECH AM, 10-round draw, middleweights, Washington, D.C.

JOHNNY GORMAN, 10-round split decision over Jimmy Archer, welterweights. New York.

DOG SHOWS—PRANKSTER DARIUS (standard poodle), owned by Prankster Kennels, Peabody, Mass., best-in-show, Canadian Natl. Sportsmen's Show, Toronto.

CH. PUGHOLM'S PETER PUNKIN EATER (pug), owned by Frederic Soderberg, Albany, N.Y., and handled by Tom Gately, Wilton, Conn., best-in-show, Bronx County Kennel Club, N.Y.

CH. WESTHAY FIONA OF HARHAM (Airedale), owned by Harold M. Florsheim, Chicago, and handled by Tom Gately, best-in-show. Kennel Club of Northern New Jersey, Teaneck, N.J.

HORSE RACING—DEACK DUNCAN: $34,450 Governor's Gold Cup, 7 f., by 3½ lengths, in 1:25⅖ Bowie. Lionel Lefebvre up.

MUMMER'S KNOT: Sandhills Cup, 1¼ m., by 1 length, in 4:48 (course record), Stoneybrook, Southern Pines, N.C. Tommy Walsh up.

SHOOTING—LT. DAVID CARTES, Philadelphia, natl, midwinter pistol title, with 2,608 pts., Tampa, Fla.

JACK GELLATLY, Palm Beach, Fla., Royal Palm Open skeet title, with 281 out of 300, W. Palm Beach.

SKIING—MARVIN MORIARITY, Stowe, Vermont, New England Kandahar, in 1:55.6, Franconia, N.H.

(National Veterans Alpine championships, Sun Valley)

Corey Engen, open downhill, in 2:07, and combined.

Bettie Amick, Seattle, women's downhill, in 2:55, and combined.

Hans Nogler, Sun Valley, open slalom, in 1:07.

Virginia Thorpe, Seattle, women's slalom, in 1:22.

Yves Lattriele, Hollywood, Class I downhill, in 2:12; slalom, in 1:08; and combined.

Don Amick, Seattle, Class II downhill, in 1:52, and combined.

Barney McClean, Denver, Class II slalom, in 1:14.