FOR THE RECORD

June 07, 1959

BASEBALL—NAVY, over Army, 4-3, to clinch Eastern Intercollegiate title, West Point.

USC, ineligible for NCAA World Series, beat Washington 9-0 for PCC title, but Huskies will represent conference in regional playoff.

BOXING—ALONZO JOHNSON, former Golden Gloves light heavyweight champion, soundly trounced Nino Valdes to win 10-round decision, New York.

Jesse Bowdry, 10-round decision over No. 1 light heavyweight contender Tony Anthony, Chi.

GOLF—MICKEY WRIGHT, Bonita, Calif., Virginia Beach Invit'l, with record 207 for 54, holes.

HARNESS RACING—MR. SAUNDERS: $43,500 Gotham Trot, 1 m., by ½ length, in 2:02, Yonkers Raceway, N.Y. Gene Riegle, driver.

ADIOS OREGON: $33,000 W. E. Miller Memorial Pacing Classic, 1 m., by 1½ lengths, in 2:04 2/5, Rosecroft (Md.) Raceway. Tom Crank, driver.

HORSE RACING—SWORD DANCER: $115,900 Metropolitan Mile, by 3¼ lengths over Jimmer, in 1:35 1/5, Belmont Pk., Willie Shoemaker up. WALTZ: $58,800 Jersey St., 1‚⅛ m., by 11 lengths, in 1:49 3/5, Garden State. Larry Gilligan up. MANASSAS: $57,850 Balmoral Turf H., 11/16 m., by neck over Tharp, in 1:50 3/5, Washington Pk. Doug Dodson up.

OLE FOLS: $23,700 Will Rogers St., 1 m., by 2 lengths over Friar Roach, in 1:35 1/5, Hollywood Pk. Ismael Valenzuela up.

INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—INDIANAPOLIS' TOP 10: 1) Rodger Ward, Los Angeles, 135.857 mph; 2) Jim Rathmann, Miami, 135.619 mph; 3) Johnny Thomson, Boyertown, Pa., 135.340 mph; 4) Tony Bettenhausen, Tinley Park, Ill., 134.768 mph; 5) Paul Goldsmith, St. Clair Shores, Mich., 134.573 mph; 6) Johnny Boyd, Fresno, Calif., 133.867 mph; 7) Duane Carter, Speedway, Ind., 133.342 mph; 8) Eddie Johnson, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, 133.336 mph; 9) Paul Russo, Webster Groves, Mo., 133.331 mph; 10) A. J. Foyl, Houston, 133.297 mph.

Joakim Bonnier, Sweden, won 195.44-m. Dutch Grand Prix, with 98-mph average, in BRM, Zandvoort. Runner-up: Australia's Jack Brabham, in Cooper Climax, picked up six points, now leads race for world driving title with 15.

LACROSSE—ARMY, over Navy, 11-6, to remain in running (with Maryland and Johns Hopkins) for natl. collegiate championship, Annapolis.

SOCCER—ENGLAND, over U.S., 8-1, for only victory in four-game intl. tour, Los Angeles.

SWIMMING—LYNN BURKE, BONNIE BOYD, CAROLYN WOOD and NANCY KANABY, Multnomah AC, set AAU short-course record of 1:59.9 for 200-yd. medley relay, Portland, Ore.

TRACK & FIELD—SIEGFRIED VALENTIN, 23, lieutenant in East German Volksarmee, ran mile in 3:56.5 at Potsdam for new European record. DALE STORY, Orange, Calif. schoolboy, became latest U.S. mile phenom, running 4:11 at Bakers-field to break listed natl. high school record.

MILEPOSTS—DIED: EDWARD A. (BIG ED) WALSH, 78, rubbery-armed Plains, Pa. coal miner who became one of baseball's greatest pitchers for Chicago White Sox (1904-1916), confirmed spitballer (he vigorously opposed ban on spitballs, protested, "They've practically got the pitcher working in a strait jacket") who won 40 games in 1908, totted up 195-126 lifetime record, member of Hall of Fame; of cancer, at Pompano Beach, Fla.

DIED: NASRULLAH, 19, Irish-bred stallion purchased by syndicate headed by Arthur (Bull) Hancock Jr. for $370,000 in 1951 (two years ago, his market value was placed at $2,210,000), sire of American Thoroughbreds who earned $6,519,175 of heart attack, at Hancock's Claiborne Farm in Paris, Ky. Among Nasrullah's more famous offspring: Nashua, Bold Ruler, Nadir (now retired to Nasrullah's stall), Noor and Never Say Die, winner of English Derby and St. Leger in 1954.

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)