BASEBALL—THE NETHERLANDS, over Italy, 5-2, European championship, Amsterdam.
BOATING—MISS SUPERTEST II, driven by Bob Hayward, St. Clair (Mich.) Intl. Boundary Trophy Race for unlimited hydros, with 81.7-mph average for 3 heats.
Hamburg rowing club over Harvard lightweights, by 1 length, in 6:09.04 for 2,000 meters; by 3 lengths, in 6:13.5 for 2,000 meters, Hamburg, Germany.
BOXING—DICK RICHARDSON, 10-round decision over Bob Baker, Porthcawl, Wales.
July 20, 1958
Ingemar Johansson, 4-round KO over Heinz Neuhaus, heavyweights, Goteborg, Sweden.
Tony Anthony, 1-round KO over Cal Brad, light heavyweights, Los Angeles.
Gene Fullmer, 10-round decision over Jim Hegerle, middleweights, W. Jordan, Utah.
Willie Dockery, 10-round decision over George Benton, middleweights, New York.
GOLF—JACKIE BURKE, JR., Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., Insurance City Open, with 268 for 72 holes, Wethersfield, Conn.
Patty Berg, Minneapolis, American Women's Open, with 288 for 72 holes, Minneapolis.
GYMNASTICS—RUSSIA, 22 of 25 gold medals in world championships, Moscow. All-round champions: Larissa Latinina and Boris Chakhlin, Russia.
HARNESS RACING—EGYPTIAN PRINCESS: $24,150 U.S. Harness Writers' Trot, 1 m., by 5 lengths, in 2:05⅕ Roosevelt Raceway. Earle Avery, driver.
NEWPORT STAR: $20,000 Empire State Trotting Classic (first leg), in 2 of 3 heats, Saratoga Raceway. Del Cameron, driver.
HORSE RACING—BACKBONE: $57,750 Providence Stakes, 1‚⅛ m., by½ length, in 1:50⅗ Narragansett Pk. Walter Blum up.
BIG EFFORT: $49,025 Delaware Oaks, 1‚⅛ m., by 2½ lengths, in 1:52 ⅕ Delaware Pk. Pete Anderson up.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—STIRLING MOSS, Britain, 151.5-m. Vila Real (Portugal) Grand Prix, in 1:47:00, in 3,000-cc. Maserati. Runner-up: Jean Behra, France, in 3,000-cc. Maserati.
Bob Welborn, Greensboro, N.C., NASCAR 100-m. convertible race, in 1:42:20, with 53.41-mph average, in Chevy, Columbia, S.C.
Fred Lorenzen, Chicago, 150-m. stock car race, in 1:47:31.01, with 83.7-mph average, in 1958 Ford, Milwaukee.
POLO—U.S. INTERCOLLEGIATE TEAM, over Windsor, 5-1, Windsor, England.
TENNIS—ARGENTINA, over British West Indies, 5-0, Davis Cup American Zone first round, Buenos Aires.