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FOR THE RECORD

Sept. 08, 1958
Sept. 08, 1958

Table of Contents
Sept. 8, 1958

Table of Contents
X-Ray
  • X-RAY 8

    The two pennants have been decided, but the battle for individual glory continues

Spectacle
  • Their big sails bellying and sleek hulls gleaming, America's 12-meter yachts are in the final stretch for a great cup and destiny

Wonderful World Of Sport
Hikers
  • A band of contemporary pioneers sets out to demonstrate that progress should sometimes come second to conservation

Golf
Acknowledgments
Boxing
Track
Trotting
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

BASEBALL—MIAMI, FLA. over Hamtramck, Mich., 3-2, Pony League World Series, Washington, Pa.

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Dominican republic, over Cuba, 4-0, for world jr. championship, Ciudad Trujillo.

BICYCLE RACING—GUSTAV SCHUR, E. Germany, 110.5-m. men's world amateur cycling title, in 4:53:19, Reims, France.

BOATING—FOREST JOHNSON, Miami, 259-m. Miami-Havana powerboat race, in 6:23.

Quoth, skippered by Charles F. Kingsley, Seawanhaka-Corinthian YC, natl. Raven class title, with 93¼ pts., Noroton, Conn.

Indian harbor YC and ROYAL BERMUDA YC, 3-3 tie, Luders-16 intl. team series for Aberfeld Trophy, Greenwich, Conn.

BOWLING—BILLY WELU, St. Louis, over Buzz Fazio, 688-613, Niesen invitation, Chicago.

BOXING—EZZARD CHARLES, 10-round decision over Johnny Harper, heavyweights, Fairmont, W. Va.

Yvon Durelle, 10-round decision over Freddie Mack, light heavyweights, Moncton, N.B.

George Benton, 10-round decision over Charley Joseph, welterweights, New Orleans.

Don Jordan, 10-round decision over Lahouari Godih, lightweights, New York.

Bobby Scanlon, 10-round decision over Joey Lopes, lightweights, Sacramento, Calif.

Willie Pep, 10-round decision over At Duarte, featherweights, N. Adams, Mass.

DOG SHOW—FLAMBEAU O'LUDAR (English setter), owned by Kris Quier Kennels, Bar Oak, Mich., best-in-show, intl. all-breed show, Toronto.

GOLF—HOWARD WHEELER, Philadelphia, Negro Natl. Open, with 282 for 72 holes, Pittsburgh.

Henry Martell, Edmonton, Canadian PGA, with 209 for 54, holes, Calgary.

Gary Player, S. Africa, Australian Open, with 271 for 72 holes, Adelaide.

HARNESS RACING—ADIOS DAY: $28,720 McMahon Memorial Stake (pacers), in raceoff, Du Quoin (Ill.) State Fair. Del Miller, driver.

HORSE RACING—BULL STRENGTH: $29,900 Fall Highweight H., 6 f., by 2 lengths, in 1:10, Belmont. Eddie Arcaro up.

TUDOR ERA: $28,725 Olympic H., 1‚⅛ m., by 3 lengths, in 1:52⅖ Atlantic City. Joe Culmone up.

THE SHOE: $27,750 Del Mar Derby, 1‚⅛ m., by½ length, in 1:48⅗ Del Mar. Alex Amese up.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—FRED LORENTZEN, Maywood, Ill., USAC 100-m. stock car race, in record 1:16:40.36, Du Quoin, Ill.

Bob Burdick, Omaha, USCA 50-m. stock car race, in 50:12:46, Des Moines.

SHOOTING—AMMON BELL, Hummelstown, Pa. President's Cup, with 149 out of 150, U.S. rifle championships, Camp Perry, Ohio.