BILLIARDS—JIM MOORE, Albuquerque, over Luther Lassiter, 3,000-2,634, natl. pocket billiards championship, Chicago.
This is an article from the April 14, 1958 issue
BOATING—NAVY, skippered by Gene Porter, McMillan Cup, with 20½ pts., Annapolis, Md.
Skip Etchells, Old Greenwich, Conn., World Star Class Spring title, with 89 pts., New Orleans.
BOWLING—SAN ANGELO, TEXAS, 5-man-team title, with 3,232 pins. Southern Bowling Tournament, Dallas.
BOXING—SONNY LISTON, 10-round decision over Bert Whitehurst, heavyweights, St. Louis.
Kid Gavilan, 10-round split decision over Ralph (Tiger) Jones, welterweights, Philadelphia.
Rudy Sawyer, 10-round decision over Jimmy Peters, welterweights, New York.
Bobby Scanlon, 8-round TKO over Luke Easier, lightweights, Richmond, Calif.
CHESS—BENT LARSEN, Denmark, intl. tournament, with 12-3 record, Mar del Plata, Argentina.
GOLF—NORMAN SUTTON, Britain, British srs. golf title, with 214 for 54 holes, Copt Heath, England.
HOCKEY—WASHINGTON, over Charlotte, 4 games to 3, Eastern Hockey League playoff title.
Indianapolis Chiefs, over Louisville, 4 games to 3, for Turner Trophy, Intl. Hockey League playoff.
Hershey Bears, over Providence, 4 games to 1, American Hockey League Colder Cup semifinals.
HORSE RACING—OH JOHNNY: $28,550 Gotham Stakes, 1 1/16 m., by 3 lengths, in 1:43 3/5, Jamaica. Bill Boland up.
FAST: Deep Run Hunt Cup Steeplechase, by 8 lengths, Richmond. Danns Marzani up.
MAINSTAY: S. Lurman Stewart Memorial Steeplechase, by 3 lengths, Elkridge-Harford Hunt Club, Md. Frank A. Bonsai up.
RUGBY—PRINCETON, over Dartmouth, 3-0, intercollegiate tournament, Hamilton, Bermuda.
U. Of British Columbia, over U. of California, 3 games to 1, World Cup Trophy, Vancouver.
POLO—NYAC, over Squadron A, 14-6, Eastern 12-goal indoor tournament, New York.
SOCCER—CHICAGO LIONS, over St. Louis Kutis, 1-0, St. Louis; Lions win western open semifinal, 4 goals to 3.
SWIMMING—FRANCES (TONY) STEW ART, Chicago, Natl. AAU sr. women's synchronized swimming title, with 107.92 pts., Des Moines.
TENNIS—PANCHO GONZALES, over Lew Hoad, 2 matches to 0. Gonzales leads pro tour, 27-23. (Good Neighbor tournament, Miami Beach)
Mervyn Rose, Australia, over Luis Ayala, 6-2, 2-6, 9-7, 6-2, men's singles title.
Maria Bueno, Brazil, over Janet Hopps, 7-5, 9-7, women's singles title.