A roundup of the sports information of the week

Oct. 13, 1958
Oct. 13, 1958

Table of Contents
Oct. 13, 1958

On Field And Campus
World Golf
Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

A roundup of the sports information of the week

BASEBALL—MILWAUKEE BRAVES 3 games, New York Yankees 2 games, to lead in World series.

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Minneapolis Millers of American Association 4 games to 0 over Montreal Royals of International League to win Little World Series.

BOATING—MISS U.S. I, piloted by Don Wilson, owned by George Simon, Indiana Governor's Cup race for unlimited hydros, at Madison, Ind.

BOWLING—TOM HENNESSEY, St. Louis, Southern match game championship, over Ray Bluth, St. Louis, at Nashville.

BOXING—BRIAN LONDON, British heavyweight champion, 5-round TKO over Willie Pastrano, ranked third in U.S., at London.

Tony Anthony, 9-round TKO over Archie McBride, heavyweights, Baltimore.

Alfredo Zuany, 10-round decision over ex-Heavyweight Champion Ezzard Charles, Juarez, Mexico.

Yvon Durelle, Canadian and British Empire light-heavyweight champion, 2-round KO over Louis Jones, nontitle fight, Moncton, N.B.

Franz Szuzina, German middleweight champion, 10-round decision over Randy Sandy, Indianapolis.

Jose Torres, 5-round TKO over Otis Woodard, middleweights, New York.

DOG SHOWS—CH. WESTHAY FIONA OF HARHAM (Airedale), owned by Harold M. Florsheim, Chicago, best-in-show, Devon (Pa.) Dog Show Association.

GOLF—MRS. HARRISON F. FLIPPIN, Ardmore, Pa., U.S. Senior Women's Golf Association championship fourth year in row, with 80 for 18 holes, at Rye, N.Y. Runner-up: Mrs. T. W. Hawes, Summit, N.J., with 86.

Jerry Pittman, Tulsa, Southwest Amateur Tournament, 1 up over Dale Morey, Indianapolis, at Fort Smith, Ark.

Angela Ward Bonallack, English Women's championship, over Bridget Jackson 3 and 2 in 36-hole final, at Formby, England.

Dow Finsterwald, named Professional Golfer of the Year by PGA. Runner-up: Arnold Palmer.

HARNESS RACING—BELLE ACTON: $50,000 Transamerica, 1 m., by nose, in 2:00⅖ Yonkers. William Haughton, driver.

HOCKEY—MONTREAL CANADIENS 6-3 over NHL All-Stars, Montreal.

HORSE RACING—OUTER SPACE: $70,300 Beldame H., 1‚⅛ m., by nose, in 1:49.2 Belmont Pk. Willie Harmatz up.

CRAFTY SKIPPER: $34,875 Cowdin Stakes, 7 f., by 4 lengths, in 1:23, Belmont Pk. Bobby Ussery up.

BALLYMOSS: Prix de l' Arc de Triomphe ($96,450 to winner), 1½ m on grass, by 2 lengths, in 2:37.9, Paris. Arthur Breasley up.

INDIAN MAID: $29,700 Hawthorne Juvenile H., 6 f., by half length, in 1:10[2/5] Hawthorne Pk. John Sellers up.

MARTINS RULLAH: $28,000 Lawrence Realization, 1‚Öù m., by 1¼ lengths, in 2:43, Belmont Pk. Willie Shoemaker up.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—WALTER HANSGEN, Westfield, N.J., national point leader in SCCA competition, national 96-miler in Lister-Jaguar, Danville, Va.

Lee Petty, Randleman, N.C., NASCAR 100-mile Grand National with 58.26-mph avg. in 1957 Oldsmobile, Salisbury, N.C.

Red Amick, Muncie, Ind., 10-mile Dixie Sweepstakes for big cars in 8:48.41, Birmingham.

Johnny Thomson, Boyertown, Pa., 10-mile USAC big car race, in 8:57.20, Allentown, Pa.

SHOOTING—SWEDEN, military world championships with 84 points. Runner-up: United States with 75 points.

TENNIS—USLTA announced Davis Cup team including Earl Buchholz Jr., St. Louis; Chris Crawford, Piedmont, Calif., Barry MacKay, Dayton, Ohio; Alex Olmedo, Peru; and Ham Richardson, Washington, D.C. Nonplaying captain: Perry Jones.