BOATING—PRINCETON, over Navy, by 1½ lengths, 1¾ m. in 9:27, Annapolis.
This is an article from the April 28, 1958 issue
BOXING—HAROLD JOHNSON, 2-round KO over Oliver Wilson, heavyweights, Hartford, Conn.
Bobby Boyd, 10-round decision over Neal Rivers, middleweights, Chicago.
Joey Giambra, 10-round decision over Andy May field, middleweights, Oakland, Calif.
Otis Woodard, 10-round decision over Eddie Andrews, middleweights, New York.
Art Aragon, 9-round KO over Bob (Bobcat) Torrance, middleweights, Albuquerque.
Lahourari Godih, 10-round decision over Larry Baker, lightweights, Washington, D.C.
GOLF—LOUISE SUGGS, Atlanta, Babe Zaharias Open, with 214 for 54 holes, Beaumont, Texas.
Dick Metz, Fort Worth, over Buster Cupit, in playoff, Lake Charles (La.) invitation.
HOCKEY—HERSHEY BEARS, over Springfield Indians, 4 games to 2, for AHL Calder Cup.
HORSE RACING—BETTER BEE: $25,000 Southern Cross H., 1‚⅛ m., by 1¼ lengths, in 1:49, Gulfstream. John Choquette up.
BACKBONE: $24,125 Chesapeake St.,1[1/16] m., by½ length, in 144⅗ Laurel. Walter Blum up.
COKE HI: Grand Natl. Point-to-Point, 3 m., by 5 lengths, in record 6:08⅗ Butler, Md. Louis Neilson III up.
MOTOR SPORTS—CURTIS TURNER, Roanoke, Va., NASCAR 100-m. Grand Natl., in 1:52:40, with 53.27 mph average, in 1958 Ford, Charlotte, N.C.
Bob Welborn, Greensboro, N.C., NASCAR 250-m. Virginia 500, in 4:05:14, with 61.16 mph average, in 1957 Chevrolet, Martinsville, Va.
Jiggs Peters, Plainfield, N.J., USAC 15-m. Reading (Pa.) Inaugural Sweepstakes, in 13:08.54, in John Fray's Offenhauser.
Archie Scott Brown, England, 51-m. sports car race, in Lister-Jaguar, Aintree, England.
POCKET BILLIARDS—WILLIE MOSCONI, Haddon Heights, N.J., over Jimmy Moore, 150-35, natl. invitation tournament, Philadelphia.
SOCCER—LOS ANGELES KICKERS, over Chicago Bears, 3-0, Natl. Open semifinals, Inglewood, Calif.
TENNIS—LEW HOAD, over Pancho Gonzales, 5 matches to 1. Gonzales leads pro tour, 33-28.
Bernard Bartzen, Dallas, over Dick Savitt, 6-8, 1-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4, Dallas CC tournament.
VOLLEYBALL—CHICAGO WILSON, over Davenport, Iowa, 15-2, 15-6, Natl. AAU title, Minneapolis.
WEIGHT LIFTING—MICHIGAN STATE, NCAA title, with 38 pts., E. Lansing, Mich.