BOATING—MAY BE, skippered by Sven Sahlen, Sweden, Norwegian YC 6-meter regatta, Hankoe.
BOXING—JESSE BOWDRY, 8-round TKO over Jerry Luedee, light heavyweights, Louisville.
Willie Pep, 10-round decision over Bobby Soares, featherweights, Athol, Mass.
FENCING—(Natl. championships, New York) RICHARD BERRY, Michigan Division, men's épée.
July 13, 1958
Albert Axelrod, Boston FC, men's foil.
Mrs. Maxine Mitchell, Los Angeles, women's foil.
Fencers club of N.Y. (Danny Bukantz, Harold Goldsmith, Charles Steinhardt, Aubrey Seeman), men's foil team title.
Michigan Division (Richard Berry, Bernie Calkins, Raul Martinez), men's épée team, title.
New England (Albert Axelrod, Richard Pew, Ed, Richards), three-weapon team title.
Salle Santelli (George Worth, Alan Kwartler, Chaba Pallaghy, Robert Blum), men's saber team title.
Salle Lucia (Prudence Schwabe, Harriet King, Averil Genton), women's foil team title.
FIELD TRIAL—BOLEY'S TARABY (black labrador), owned by Bing Grunwald, Omaha, natl. amateur retriever championship, San Rafael, Calif.
GOLF—ART WALL JR., Pocono Manor, Pa., over Dow Finstsrwald, on second hole, in sudden death playoff, Rubber City Open, Akron.
HARNESS RACING—DUANE HANOVER: $25,000 Natl. Pacing Derby, 1 1/4 m., by 1 1/2 lengths, in 2:33 4/5, Roosevelt Raceway. Billy Houghton, driver.
ANNA DARES: $18,630 Coaching Club Trotting Oaks, 1st, 10th, 1st in 3 heats, in 6:16 3/5 total time (world record for 3-year-old trotting fillies), Goshen, N.Y. Johnny Simpson, driver.
HORSE RACING—TERRA FIRMA: $85,900 Stars and Stripes H., 1 1/8 m., by head, in 1:50 3/5, Arlington-at-Washington Pk. Lois P. Cook up.
HOW NOW: $54,200 American H., 1 1/8 m., by 1 length, in 1:48 2/5, Hollywood Pk. Bill Harmatz up.
HINDU FESTIVAL: $33,000 Sussex Turf H., 1 3/8 m., by 1 3/4 lengths, in 2:18 2/5, Delaware Pk. Pete Anderson up.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—FIREBALL ROBERTS, Daytona Beach, NASCAR 250-m. sweepstakes, in 3:23:33, with 73:693 mph average, in 1957 Chevy, Raleigh, N.C.
Jud Larson, Tampa, USAC 100-m. big car race, in 1:08:51, with 89.308 mph average, in John Zink Special, Atlanta.
Bobby Burdick, Omaha, 100-m. Kansas Intl. for stocks and sports cars, in 1:51:03.36, with 54.05 mph average, in 1958 Ford, Topeka.
John Von Neumann, Hollywood, Calif., 35-lap feature for modified cars over 1,500 cc, in Ferrari Testa Rosa, Vaca Valley, Calif.
POLO—AIKEN, over Boca Raton, 9-8, first round, natl. 20-goal tournament, Jericho, N.Y.
TENNIS—CANADA, over Cuba, 5-0, Davis Cup American Zone semifinal, Toronto.