BASEBALL—SAN DIEGO STATE, over Southwestern Oklahoma, 23-9, NAIA title, Alpine, Texas.
This is an article from the June 16, 1958 issue
BADMINTON—THAILAND, over U.S., 7-2, Thomas Cup interzone semifinal, Singapore.
BOATING—LINWELL H.S., Canadian Secondary Schools Rowing Assn. title, with 84 pts., St. Catherines, Ont.
BOWLING—(ABC tournament, Syracuse, N.Y.) BILL TUCKER and JAMES VRENICK, St. Louis, doubles title, with 1,414.
Falstaff Beer, St. Louis, open team title, with 3,210.
BOXING—CLEVELAND WILLIAMS, 10-round decision over Frankie Daniels, heavyweights, Houston.
Brian London, 8-round KO over Joe Erskine, for British Empire heavyweight title, London.
Dave Charnley, 10-round decision over Joey Lopes, lightweights, London.
DOG SHOW—MERRIEDIP DUKE GEORGE (Old English sheep dog), owned and handled by Mrs. Marvin H. Kucker, Norwalk, Conn., best-in-show, Greenwich (Conn.) Kennel Club.
HARNESS RACING—O'BRIEN HANOVER: $25,100 Jubilee Pace, 1 m., by 3 lengths, in 2:02 1/5, Roosevelt Raceway. Del Miller, driver.
HORSE RACING—BORNASTAR: $58,350 Beverly H., 1 m., by 2½ lengths, in 1:35 4/5, Balmoral, Washington Pk. Ken Church up.
CALEDON BEAU: $38,895 Queen's Plate, 1¼ m., by 9½ lengths, in 2:04 1/5, Woodbine, Toronto. Al Coy up.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—JUNIOR JOHNSON, Ronda, N.C., NASCAR 100-m. Grand Natl., in 1:49:35, with 54.75 mph average, in Ford, Columbia, S.C.
Jean Behra, France, Rouen sports car Grand Prix, in Porsche. Runners-up: Graham Hill, Britain, in Lotus; Alan Stacey, Britain, in Lotus.
Harry Carter, S. Sudbury, Mass., 30-m. regional SCCA feature, with 68.79 mph average, in D Jag, Thompson Raceway, Conn. Runner-up: Gaston Andrey, Framingham, Mass., in Ferrari TR, 67.52 mph.
LACROSSE—SOUTH, over North, 26-6, college all-star game, Garden City, N.Y.
SOCCER—LOS ANGELES KICKERS, over Baltimore Pompei, 2-1, U.S. Open title, Baltimore.
TENNIS—(Davis Cup, European Zone quarterfinals)
Britain 5-W. Germany 0
France 3-Sweden 2
Italy 5-Denmark 0
Poland 3-Mexico 2
TRACK & FIELD—OCCIDENTAL, NAIA title, with 93 pts., San Diego.
Kansas, Central Collegiate Conference title, with 66 pts., Milwaukee.