A roundup of the sports information this week

Nov. 24, 1958
Nov. 24, 1958

Table of Contents
Nov. 24, 1958

Wood Sounds
International Confusion
Wonderful World Of Sport
On Field And Campus
Scouting Reports
  • ARMY 40

    The Cadets have been the standout team in the East all fall, and only a tie with Pitt slightly mars their record. Their backfield is tremendously fast but no more dangerous than their passing

  • NAVY 41

    The Midshipmen are not as big and tough as Army, but Coach Eddie Erdelatz' team boasts one of the nation's best passing attacks. Navy has lost only twice despite many serious injuries

Pro Football
Horse Show
Motor Sports
Sporting Look
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

A roundup of the sports information this week

BASEBALL—ST. LOUIS CARDINALS 14 games to two over Japanese All-Stars, to conclude Far East tour.

This is an article from the Nov. 24, 1958 issue Original Layout

BASKETBALL—NEW YORK, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.

BOXING—TONY ANTHONY, unanimous 10-round decision over Sonny Ray, light heavyweights, New York.

Gene Fullmer, ex-middleweight champion, 2-round KO over Joe Miceli, Salt Lake City. LEO ESPINOSA, unanimous 12-round decision over Kiuoshi Miura to regain Orient bantamweight title, Manila.

CROSS-COUNTRY—CHARLES JONES, Iowa, Big Ten conference individual championship with 20:18 for four miles at Chicago. Team championship: Michigan State.

Merle McGee, Nebraska (Wayne) State Teachers, NAIA individual championship with 21:24 for four miles at Omaha.

Paul Whiteley, Emporia (Kan.) State College, NCAA small college individual championship, with 20:45 for four miles at Wheaton College, Ill. Team, championship: Northern Illinois.

FIELD TRIALS—HI JO ANN I, owned by H. V. Wankel, Bowling Green, Mo., all-age championship, National Foxhunters Assn. trials, Starkville, Miss.

Noanet Nugget, owned by Mrs. John Grew, Dover, Mass., three-hour stake class for 13-inch dogs for second time, National Beagle Club trials, Aldie, Va.

FISHING—MARCEL SAP, Ventura, Calif., grand championship and President's Cup in Dorsey-Mazatlan deep-sea tournament, with 109-pound sailfish, at Mazatlan, Mexico.

HARNESS RACING—GOLD WORTHY: third leg of $75,000 American Pacing Classic, 1 m., by length, in 1:57⅕ Hollywood Pk. Wayne Smart, driver.

SPEEDY PICK: $29,000 Good Time pace, 1[1/16] m., by length, in 2:08⅗ Yonkers. Charley Fitzpatrick Jr., driver.

HOCKEY—MONTREAL first, BOSTON second, NEW YORK third in NHL standings.

HORSE RACING—SAILOR'S GUIDE: $100,000 Washington International, 1½ m., by disqualification of Tudor Era, in 2:33[1/5] over grass, Laurel, Md. Howard Grant up.

ADMIRAL VEE: $88,000 Gallant Fox H., 1‚Öù m., by head, in 2:43⅖ Jamaica. Ted Atkinson up.

HORSE SHOWS—WEST GERMANY with 121 points, over U.S. with 120 to win team victory at National Horse Show, Madison Square Garden. Individual rider championship: Thomas Gayford, Canada, with 38 points. Runner-up: Bill Steinkraus, U.S., with 34.

Setting sun, world champion Tennessee walking horse, owned by M. M. Bullard, Newport, Tenn., retired undefeated after Southern Champion show, Montgomery, Ala.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—TONY BETTENHAUSEN, national big-car racing championship for second time after second-place finish to Jud Larson, Tampa, Fla., in 100-mile Bobby Ball Memorial, at Phoenix.

SWIMMING—SYLVIA RUUSKA, Berkeley, Calif., world records for 1,500 meters in 20:02.4 and mile in 21:26.4 in 50-meter pool, AAU-sanctioned meet at San Francisco.

TENNIS—HAM RICHARDSON, all-Japan men's singles title over fellow Davis Cupper Alex Olmedo, 6-2, 6-1, 6-1, at Osaka, Japan.

Roy Emerson, South Australian men's singles title over Mal Anderson, 3-6, 12-10, 10-8, 6-2, at Adelaide, Australia.