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FOR THE RECORD

June 09, 1958
June 09, 1958

Table of Contents
June 9, 1958

The Fatal Gamble
Spectacle
Designing Women
U.S. Open
Tip From The Top
Horse Racing
Baseball
Boxing
Trotting
Lady Liz
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

BOATING—NAVY, over Wisconsin, by 2 lengths, in 9:07.5 for 1¾ miles, Madison, Wis.

This is an article from the June 9, 1958 issue Original Layout

Miss U.S. I, driven by Freddie Alter, Detroit, International Cup Regatta, with 1,000 pts., Elizabeth City, N.C.

BOXING—SPIDER WEBB, 10-round decision over Jimmy Beecham, middleweights, Miami Beach.

Bobby Scanlon, 10-round decision over Bobby Rogers, lightweights, Chicago.

FIGURE SKATING—RONNY ROBERTSON, U.S., world pro title, with 58.2 pts., Nottingham, England. Women's title: Cathie Machado, U.S., with 57.5 pts.

GOLF—LOUISE SUGGS, Sea Island, Ga., Gatlinburg (Tenn.) Open, with 222 for 54 holes.

HARNESS RACING—DEMON RUM: $25,000 American Trotting Championship, 1¼ m., by 1¼ lengths, in 2:35⅕ Roosevelt Raceway. Cecil Champion, driver.

HORSE RACING—HOOP BAND: $56,450 Balmoral Turf H., 1‚⅛ m., by 3 lengths, in 1:48⅘ Washington Pk. Charley Burr up.

OLIGARCHY: $33,175 Camden H., 1‚⅛ m., by½ length, in 1:49, Garden State. Howard Grant up.

TUDOR ERA: $28,250 Branaywine Turf H., 1[1/16] m., by¾ length, in 1:42⅘ Delaware Pk. Logan Batcheller up.

SWOON'S SON: $27,425 Clang H., 7 f., by 2¾ lengths, in 1:23⅖ Washington Pk. Dave Erb up.

HURLING—NEW YORK ALL-STARS, over Kilkenny, 30-15, New York.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—EDDIE GRAY, Gardena, Calif., NASCAR 500-mile stock car race, in 6:17, in 1957 Ford, Riverside, Calif.

Allen Heath, Northridge, Calif., 500-m. midget race, in 5:58:44, in Ford V8 #60, Riverside, Calif.

Bud Rose, S. Pasadena, 500-m. big car race, in 5:54:7, in Clark Gable Special, Riverside, Calif.

IRISH FOOTBALL—NEW YORK ALL-STARS, over Louth, 24-14, New York.

SOCCER—REAL MADRID, over A. C. Milan, 3-2, European championship, Brussels.

TENNIS-LEW HOAD, over Pancho Gonzales, 9-7, 6-5, Santa Barbara. Gonzales leads pro tour, 48-35.