BOATING—CLEVELAND'S EDGEWATER YACHT CLUB over Buckeye Lake crew in five races at Put-in-Bay, Ohio, for right to represent area in North American Junior (13-18) sailing championships at Vancouver, B.C., this month.
This is an article from the Aug. 18, 1958 issue
BOWLING—PAULINE BICKEL, Omaha, women's no-handicap endurance championship, Ogden, Utah, with average 197 for 20 consecutive games.
BOXING—WILBURT McCLURE, Toledo, Ohio, 10-round decision over Lawrence Cardinal, Canada, for light middleweight title of International Diamond Belt amateur tournament, Mexico City.
Roque Maravilla, 10-round split decision over Donnie Fleeman, light heavyweights, Dallas.
Jackson Brown, 10-round split derision over Barry Allison, for New England Middleweight championship, Norwood, Mass.
Willie Pep, 10-round decision over Jesse Rodriguez, featherweights, Painesville, Ohio.
Pascual Perez, world flyweight champion, 10-round decision over Tito Ragone, nontitle fight, Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Republic.
Dommy Ursue, 9-round KO over Toshiro, Tanaka, flyweights, Manila.
GOLF—MARY LENA FAULK, Thomasville, Ca., $6,500 Macktown Women's Open, Rockton. Ill., with 216 for 54 holes over Joyce Ziske, Milwaukee 217.
Ernie Mawhirter, Columbus, Ohio, defending champion of Union Printcraft international tournament, Silver Springs, Md., with 305 for 72 holes over Joseph Balestri, Washington, and Joseph Tole, Boston, tied with 307.
Lieut. Miller Barber, Perrin Air Force Base, Texas, Air Training Command championship tournament, with 288 for 72 holes over Lieut. John Pettit, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, with 294.
Al Balding, Toronto, Canadian Professional match play championship, over Lloyd Tucker, Kitchener, Ont., 8 and 6.
Marlene Stewart Streit, Fonthill, Ont., for her fifth Canadian Women's open title, over Mary Gay, Calgary, 7 and 6.
HARNESS RACING—SPUNKY HANOVER: $56,157 Yonkers Trot, 1[1/16]m., by¾ length over McColby, Yonkers Raceway, Robert Camper, driver.
BELLE ACTON: Both heats of $20,000 added pacing derby at Grandview, Cleveland. First mile in 1:59 ⅗ for world record. Second mile in 2:00 [1/5] for total of 3:59 [4/5] and another world record. Al Thomas, driver.
RODEO—KAREN MAGNUM, Hungerford, Texas, National Ail-Around Cowgirl title at 10th annual National High School championships, Sulphur, La.
SWIMMING—DAWN FRASER, Australia, 100-meter freestyle in 1:01.2 at Dutch championships, Schiedam, The Netherlands, bettering own world record of 1:01.4 set during British Empire Games, Cardiff, July 21.