A roundup of the sports information of the week

October 05, 1958

BASEBALL—RICHIE ASHBURN, second National League batting championship with .350 average.

Ted Williams, sixth American League batting championship with .328 average.

Minneapolis Millers of American Association 3 games to 0 over International League's Montreal Royals in opening games of Little World Series.

BICYCLING—MILLY ROBINSON, Britain, three world records with 6.21 m. in 14:44, 12.42 m. in 29:47.8, and 24.68 m. in even hour.

BOATING—JAMES and ALLEGRA MERTZ, second straight Russell J. Nall Memorial Trophy for best over-all record for season, Yacht Racing Association of Long Island.

BOXING—WILLI BESMANOFF, TKO after one round over Alex Miteff, heavyweights, Seattle.

Ingemar Johansson advanced to No. 1 ranking behind Champion Floyd Patterson in Ring Magazine ratings.

Sonny Ray, 9-round TKO over Jesse Bowdry, light heavyweights, Chicago.

Frankie Ryff, 10-round decision over Gale Kerwin, Canadian welterweight champion, Washington.

Davey Moore, No. 1 challenger, 10-round decision over Kid Anahuac, featherweights, Los Angeles.

DOG SHOWS—CH. TORTASENS BJONN II (elkhound), owned by Pitch Road Kennels, Litchfield, Conn., best-in-show, Suffolk County KC.

Ch. Licken Run's Rock and Roll, owned by Harold M. Florsheim, Chicago, best-in-show, Welsh Terrier Club of America, Port Chester, N.Y.

FISHING—JOHN TARANTINO, San Francisco, world casting championship defense with 13,958.8 points, at Brussels.

HARNESS RACING—EMILY'S PRIDE: $16,028 Hanover, by head, Lexington, Ky.

ADIE RAINBOW: $13,100 Dan Patch pace, 1 m., by nose, in 2:02⅗ Yonkers. Stanley Dancer, driver.

SPEEDY PICK: $10,000 free-for-all pace, 1 m., in 1:59⅘ Yonkers. Charles Fitzpatrick Jr., driver.

HORSE RACING—CLEM: $111,200 Woodward Stakes, 1¼ m., by half length, in 2:01, Belmont Pk., Willie Shoemaker up. Round Table fifth.

BOUNTY BAY: $35,000-added Bidwell Memorial H., 1‚⅛ m., by length and half, in record 1:48, Hawthorne. L. C. Cook up.

TEMPTED: $29,800 Maskette H., 1 m., by 2½ lengths, in 1:36⅗ Belmont Pk. Bob Ussery up.

ROMAN COLONEL: $28,425 Mr. Lincoln Stakes, 6 f., by 2 lengths, in 1:12⅖ Hawthorne. Charlie Burr up.

WINSOME WINNER: $25,000-added Jockey Club Stakes, 1 m., for 2 y.o., by half length, in 1:36⅖ Churchill Downs. Steve Brooks up.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—JOAKIM BONNIER, Sweden, 186.3-mile Formula Libre race, Watkins Glen, N.Y., with 97.75 mph average, and 103 mph for fastest lap around 2.3-mile Grand Prix track in Maserati. Runner-up: Dan Gurney, Los Angeles, in Ferrari.

Roger Ward, Indianapolis, USAC 100-mile big car race, Trenton, N.J., in 1:22.9. Killed in accident on last lap: Jimmy Reece, 28, Speedway, Ind.

TENNIS—FRANK SEDGMAN, Australia, over Tony Trabert, Cincinnati, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4, in $2,800 international pro tournament, Wembley, England.

Christine Truman, 17, British Junior champion, over first-seeded Darlene Hard, 6-2, 6-4. Women's Singles Title, Pacific Coast championships.

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)