June 02, 1958
June 02, 1958

Table of Contents
June 2, 1958

Mature Hero
Tip From The Top
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back


BASEBALL—MINNESOTA, over Michigan State, 3-2, 2-1, to win Big Ten title, Minneapolis.

This is an article from the June 2, 1958 issue

BOWLING—(WIBC tournament, San Francisco)—MAE PLOEGMAN, Chicago, all-events, 1,828.

Ruth Hertel, Lexington, Tenn., singles, 622.

Jean Schultz and Tess Johns, Cleveland, doubles, 1,173.

Allgauer's Restaurants, Chicago, Division I team title, 2,972.

BOXING—YVON DURELLE, 10-round decision over Germinal Ballarin, light heavyweights, Montreal.

Art Aragon, 6-round KO over Alfonso Flores, middleweiqhts, Hollywood, Calif.

Johnny Busso, 10-round decision over Lahouari Godih, lightweights, New York.

Willie Pep, 10-round decision over Bobby Singleton, featherweights, Boston.

CHECKERS—DR. MARION TINSLEY, Columbus, Ohio, over Derek Oldbury, Britain, 9-1 and 24 draws, for world title, Rotherham, England.

GOLF—ERNIE VOSSLER, Midland, Texas, Kansas City Open, with 269 for 72 holes.

Marlene Bauer Hagge, Delray Beach, Fla., over Jo Ann Prentice, in playoff. Land of the Sky tournament, Asheville, N.C.

HORSE RACING—BIG EFFORT: $35,850 Acorn Stakes, 1 m., by 6 lengths, in 1:37⅖ Belmont. Pete Anderson up.

CAROLINA HILLS: Connecticut Cup, 3 m., by 6 lengths, in 6:10, Adjacent Hunts, Purchase, N.Y. William H. Turner Jr. up.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—BOB WELBORN, Greensboro, N.C, NASCAR 150-lap Grand Natl., in 55:41, with 40.41 mph average, in 1957 Chevy, Winston-Salem, N.C.

LACROSSE—PRINCETON, over Cornell, 11-7, for Ivy League title, Princeton, N.J.

SOCCER—OFFENBACH KICKERS, over German-American League All-Stars, 5-0, New York.

Los Angeles Danes, over Denver SC, 6-0, Far Western final, Natl. Amateur Championship, Inglewood, Calif.

TENNIS—PHILIPPINES, over Ceylon, 5-0, Davis Cup Eastern Zone final, Tokyo.

Sweden, over Spain, 3-2, Davis Cup, European Zone second round, Barcelona.

TRACK & FIELD—WESTERN MICHIGAN, Mid-American Conference title, with 79 pts., Kalamazoo, Mich.

Gord Dixon, Hamilton Olympic Club, 26-m. marathon trial for British Empire Games, in 2:21:50.5 (record), Hamilton, Ont.

WALKING—JIM HOUSTON, Buffalo, N.Y., Natl. AAU 40-km. title, in 3:49:45, Dayton, Ohio.