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FOR THE RECORD

April 07, 1958
April 07, 1958

Table of Contents
April 7, 1958

'Wink Up'
Snow Patrol
Acknowledgments
Handicap, My Eye!
Spectacle
Trout Streams
Fitness
Golf
Seminole
Tip From The Top
The Willow
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

AUTO RACING—LEN SUTTON, Portland, Ore., USAC 100-miler with 95.5 mph average, in Central Excavating Special, Trenton, N.J.

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BOXING—CLEVELAND WILLIAMS, over Dick Richardson, by disqualification, in 4th round, heavyweights, London.

Eddie Andrews, 1-round KO over Tex Gonzalez, middleweights, New York.

Mickey Crawford, 10-round decision over Gil Turner, welterweights, New York.

Sugar Hart, 8-round TKO over Charley (Tombstone) Smith, welterweights, New York.

San Jose State, NCAA title, with 33 pts., Sacramento.

BRIDGE—HARRY J. FISHBEIN, LEONARD B. HARMON, SAM FRY JR., LEE HAZEN, New York, and IVAR STAKGOLD, Washington, D.C., Vanderbilt Cup, Atlantic City.

COURT TENNIS—NORTHRUP and SEYMOUR KNOX, Buffalo, N.Y., over Charles Devens and William Lingelbach, 6-5, 6-3, 6-2, natl. doubles title, Boston.

GOLF—PETE COOPER, Lakeland, Fla., Seminole pro-amateur, with 139 for 36 holes, Palm Beach, Fla.

Howie Johnson, Glenwoodie, Ill., over Arnold Palmer, 77-78, in 18-hole playoff, Azalea Open, Wilmington, N.C.

Edward H. Randall, Rochester, over John W. Roberts, 1 up, in 25 holes, American Srs. Assn. title, St. Augustine, Fla.

GYMNASTICS—ILLINOIS, Big Ten title, with 149½ pts., Iowa City. All-round champion: Abe Grossfield, Illinois.

HORSE RACING—HUBCAP: $27,300 Swift Stakes, 6 f., by nose, in 1:12, Jamaica. Sam Boulmetis up.

COUNT DE BLANC: $22,900 Arkansas Derby, 1‚⅛ m., by¾ length, in 1:53⅘ Oaklawn Pk. John Sellers up.

RUGBY—AUSTRALIAN WALLABIES, over UCLA, 36-9, Los Angeles; over California, 12-5, West Coast College Stars, 35-3, Berkeley.

TENNIS—JAPAN, over Thailand, 5-0, Davis Cup Eastern Zone first round, Tokyo.

Pancho Gonzales, over Lew Hoad, 4 matches to 3. Gonzales leads pro tour, 25-24.

WRESTLING—OKLAHOMA STATE, NCAA title, with 77 pts., Laramie, Wyo.