Donald Campbell, who has four times raised world water-speed record, did it again on England's Lake Coniston, drove jet-propelled Bluebird over two runs at average of 248.62 mph.
Nobusuke Kishi, Japanese prime minister, held reception for touring St. Louis Cardinals, wound up with team cap on head. At week's end, Cardinals led Japanese All-Stars nine games to two.
Pierre Du Pont III, Wilmington, Del. corporation executive, sailed his schooner Barlovento over rainswept 100-mile Chesapeake Bay course, won Skipper Regatta in corrected 17:25:05.
Philip Moriarty, 44, Yale swimming assistant since his teens, was named by university athletic board to succeed retiring Coach Robert Kiphuth, who began building great Yale teams in 1918.
November 17, 1958
Mrs. Harrison Flippin of Ardmore, Pa., with 156 for 36 holes, won North and South invitation senior golf tournament for women at Pinehurst, N.C. by one stroke over Mrs. Glenna Collett Vare.
Dr. J. W. Taylor of Louisville, now assistant surgeon for Arabian American Oil Co. in Saudi Arabia, won Middle East Lawn Tennis Assn. singles title at Ahmadi, Kuwait for second time.
Julius Boros, former winner of U.S. Open and Tam "World," held two-stroke lead after last round of Carling Open in Atlanta with 284, won $3,500 first money, $5,000 bonus as repeat winner.