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FOR THE RECORD

Sept. 22, 1958
Sept. 22, 1958

Table of Contents
Sept. 22, 1958

Eleven Best Elevens
Scouting Reports
Spectacle
Sport In Art
Small Colleges
Cactus In The Ivy
Lou Groza
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

BOXING—HOWARD KING, 10-round split decision over Art Swiden, heavyweights, Reno.

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Ralph Dupas, 10-round decision over Johnny Gorman, welterweights, New Orleans.

Wilf Greaves, Canadian middleweigh champion, 7-round TKO over Eddie O'Hara, Pontiac, Mich.

Cisco Andrade, 8-round kayo over Lauro Salas, lightweights, Hollywood.

Sadao Yaoita, 12-round decision over Leo Zulueta, for vacant Orient flyweight championship, Tokyo.

DIVING—BOB WEBSTER, Anaheim, Calif., AAU National junior platform championship, Bellehurst, Calif.

DOG SHOW—CH. SIEFENJAGENHEIM LAZY BONES (basset hound), owned by Chris Teeter, Birmingham, Mich., best-in-show, Lehigh Valley Kennel Club, Emmaus, Pa.

FENCING—MICHEL PECHEUX, France, masters' world professional épée championship, Brussels.

GOLF—TOMMY JACOBS, $20,000 Denver Centennial Open, with 266 for 72 holes, over Ernie Vossler, 267.

HORSE RACING—QUILL: $64,820 Matron Stakes, 6 f., by 3¾ lengths in 1:10, Belmont. Paul Bailey up.

CASTE: Manly Steeplechase H., 2 m., by 1 length, in 4:00, William DuPont Jr. estate, Fair Hill, Md.

ARCANDY: $28,700 Midwest H., 6½ f., by head, in 1:15⅗ Hawthorne. John Sellers up.

ALCIDE: St. Leger, 1 m. 6 f. 132 yds., by 8 lengths, in 3:06.4, Doncaster, England. Harry Carr up.

HORSE SHOW—SETTING SUN: Tennessee Walking Horse World championship. Owned by M. M. Bullard, Newport, Tenn., ridden by Sam Paschall, at Shelbyville, Tenn.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—CHUCK DAIGH and Lance Reventlow, in Scarabs, one-two in 115.5-m. Meadowdale feature, Carpentersville, Ill. Daigh averaged 85.55 for 35 laps.

Walter Hansgen, regional SCCA 45-min. sports-car race, in D Jaguar, with 81.5 average, Bridgehampton, L.I.

Speedy Thompson, 100-m. NASCAR, in 1957 Chevrolet, with 58.5 average for 1:43.20.

Nelson Stacey, Dayton 500 for late model stock cars, in 1957 Chevrolet, 270 miles in 3:25.

LAWN BOWLING—PETER PURDEN and ROBERT SAVAGE, first United States doubles championships, in five-team round robin, Buck Hill Falls, Pa.

TENNIS—BILLY KNIGHT of Britain, upset over Luis Ayala, Chile, 6-3, 8-10, 7-5, 6-4, at international invitation tournament, Toronto.

Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode, Forest Hills, N.Y., over Mrs. Thelma Long, Australia, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4, at Toronto.