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A roundup of the sports information of the week

Nov. 10, 1958
Nov. 10, 1958

Table of Contents
Nov. 10, 1958

Herb Elliott
Wonderful World Of Sport
Events & Discoveries
Racing For Rubles
Hawaii
Horse Show
Food
On Field And Campus
Cards
Pro Football
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

A roundup of the sports information of the week

BASEBALL—ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 5 games to 1 over Japanese All-Stars in Far East tour.

This is an article from the Nov. 10, 1958 issue

BICYCLE RACING—INTERNATIONAL TEAM over Germans to win 10-day race at Cleveland. Denmark was second, U.S. third.

BOATING—BERNARD HAYWARD, Bermuda, Western Hemisphere snipe racing title at Nassau, Bahamas. Basil Kelly, Bahamas, was second, Terry Whittemore, Middlebury, Conn., third.

BOXING—DONNIE FLEEMAN, Texas light heavyweight champion, 6-round KO over Ezzard Charles, ex-heavyweight champion, Dallas.

Bobo Olson, ex-middleweight world champion, 7-round TKO over Don Grant, Oakland, Calif.

Rory Calhoun, unanimous 10-round decision over Frank Szuzina, middleweights, Rochester, N. Y.

Carlos Ortiz, 10-round decision over Dave Charnley, British lightweight champion, London.

Hogan (Kid) Bassey, world featherweight champion, unanimous 10-round decision over Carmelo Costa, New York.

Ingemar Johansson, Sweden, named No. 1 heavyweight contender to Champion Floyd Patterson by World Championship committee.

CROSS-COUNTRY—GORDON DICKSON, Hamilton, Ont., Canadian championship senior six-mile run.

FIELD TRIALS—BRONZE BUOY OF ELAN, owned by Dean Bedford, Fallston, Md., open all-age stake for cocker spaniels, English Springer Spaniel Field Trial Assn. competition, Arden, N.Y.

Sam the man (pointer), owned by George E. Harrison, Richmond, Va., Eastern Open Dog shooting competition, Blackstone, Va.

GOLF—J. WOLCOTT BROWN, Sea Girt, N.J., Southern Seniors tournament, with 217 for 54 holes, 10 strokes better than runners-up R. R. Bell, Worthington, Ohio, and R. S. Foley, Stoneville, N.C., at Pinehurst, N.C.

Torakichi (Pete) Nakamura, Canada Cup co-champion, Japan open championship, with 288 for 72 holes, at Tokyo.

Beverly Hanson, Indio, Calif., Glenna Collett Vare trophy for lowest tournament scoring average in 1958 among women professionals; 74.92 average for 84 rounds.

HARNESS RACING—CHARMING BARBARA: $75,000 American Trotting Classic, 1 m., by 1¼ lengths, in 2:00⅕ Hollywood Park. Billy Haughton, driver.

HOCKEY—MONTREAL first, Boston second, Detroit third in NHL standings.

HORSE RACING—MERRY HILL: $89,150 Frizette, 1 1/16 m., by nose, in 1:46 1/5, Jamaica. Ray Broussard up.

ROSE TRELLIS: $61,000 Yankee H., 1 1/8 m., by 3 lengths, in 1:55 2/5 Suffolk Downs. Larry Adams up.

RACETRACKER: $29,800 National Jockey Club H., 1 1/16 m., by neck, in 1:45, Sportsman's Pk. Jack Fieselman up.

GRAND CHAL: Chronicle Cup, 3‚Öì m. over 16 fences, by 4 lengths, Middleburg, Va.

LONDON CRY: 116th Cambridgeshire H., 1‚⅛ m., by½ length, Newmarket, Eng. Arthur Breasley up.

HORSE SHOW—SETTING SUN, world champion Tennessee walking horse, American Royal title, Kansas City.

MILEPOSTS—BORN: to ROGER BANNISTER and wife Moyra, first son, second, child; in London. RESIGNED: ADAM WALSH, captain of 1924, Notre Dame Four Horsemen team, from coaching job at Bowdoin College.

DIED: PHILLIP SCRUTTON, British Walker Cup golfer, in auto collision, Hampshire, England.