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FOR THE RECORD

Nov. 02, 1959
Nov. 02, 1959

Table of Contents
Nov. 2, 1959

Cord Rally
  • The classic cars and some fine-feathered relatives go home again to their native Auburn

Orange Hell
Spectacle
Man O' War
Automobiles
Pro Football
Horse Racing
Yellowstone
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

BASEBALL—SAL MAGLIE, 42, former Giant pitcher (1951 league leader with a 23-6 record), appointed pitching coach for the Boston Red Sox.

This is an article from the Nov. 2, 1959 issue Original Layout

BOATING—PAUL ELVSTROM, Denmark, Snipe Class world championship, P√¥rto Alegre, Brazil.

Rubicon, 40-foot cutter owned by J. Miller Sherwood, Gibson Island, Md., Viking Trophy, with 131¼ points. Runner-up: Alaris, owned by Dr. Charles E. Iliff, Annapolis, with ISO points, Annapolis.

Wahoo, hydro owned by William E. Boeing Jr., Lake Mead Cup, Las Vegas, Nev. Mira Slovak, pilot.

BOXING—BILLY HUNTER, 7-round TKO over Tony Anthony, heavyweights, Madison Square Garden, N. Y.

Charley Scott, 9-round KO over Sugar Hart, welterweights, Philadelphia.

Luis Manuel Rodriguez, Cuba, 10-round decision over Isaac Logart, for 25th straight victory, weltwerweights, Miami Beach.

DOG SHOWS—CH. CUDHILL KALYPSO (English-bred wire-haired fox terrier), owned by Mrs. Harold M. Florsheim, Chicago, best-in-show; AVRON'S SQUARE DANCER (miniature poodle), owned by George O. Cummings, North Wales, Pa., best of American-bred in show, Troy KC, Troy, N.Y.

Ch. Bettina's Kow-Kow (Pekingese), owned by Mrs. Bettina Belmont Ward, Middle-burg, Va., best-in-show, Progressive Dog Club, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Ch. Timber Lane Sun-Up (cocker spaniel), owned by Mary W. Colby, Palos Park, Ill., best-in-show, Bronx County KC, N.Y.

FISHING—HEINZ WICHMANN, Terrace, B.C., 92-pound spring salmon on rod and line, to top 1910 world record of 81 pounds, Skeena River, B.C.

FOOTBALL—FRITZ CRISLER, after some weeks of soul-searching, withdrew his name from consideration for job of commissioner of the new American Football League, decided to stay on as athletic director at University of Michigan.

GOLF—BILL CASPER, Apple Valley, Calif., set new Brazilian Open record with a 4-under-par 268 for 72 holes, Rio de Janeiro. It was Casper's second win.

HARNESS RACING—SUNBELLE, new world pacing record for 1 1/16 m. in 2:05 1/5, at Hollywood Park, Inglewood, Calif., Joe O'Brien, driver.

Right time, $25,000 Governor's Cup pace, 1¼ m., by head over Culver Pick, in 2:37 4/5, Roosevelt Raceway. John Patterson, driver.

HOCKEY—MONTREAL first, DETROIT second, TORONTO third in NHL standings.

HORSE RACING—ROYAL NATIVE: $81,625 Spinster Stakes, 1‚⅛ m., by a length over Aesthetic, in 1:49 2/5, Keeneland, Lexington, Ky. Bill Hartack up.

HORSE SHOW—U.S., international jumping team championship with 84, points, one point over Argentina; WILLIAM STEINKRAUS, Westport, Conn., international individual jumping championship; SPANISH MINT, owned by Mrs. J. Deane Rucker, Grosse Pointe, Mich., regular conformation hunter championship; LITTLE SAILOR, owned by Peggy Augustus, Cobham, Va., working hunter championship; Pennsylvania National Horse Show, Harrisburg.

STEEPLECHASE RACING—SUN DOG: $28,200 Grand National Steeplechase Handicap, 3 m., by sir lengths over Darubini, in 5:42 2/5, Aqueduct. Tommy Walsh up.

TENNIS—SAMMY GIAMMALVA, Houslo, Texas, singles; BOB RIGGS and DON BUDGL, New York, doubles; Southern Professional Grass Courts championship, Tuscaloosa, Ala.

MILEPOSTS—DIED: FREDERICK ROSE, 27-year-old Panamanian jockey, of skull fracture suffered when his mount HY-Gain went down after clipping another Thoroughbred's hoofs during race at Golden Gate Fields, Calif. It was Rose's second mount since he resumed riding after serving four years in the U.S. Air Force. He had ridden 228 winners previously.

DIED: WALT INGRAM, bantamweight boxer from Houston, after a two-hour emergency operation for hemorrhage sustained in a 9-round TKO loss to World Champion Jose Becerra in Guadalajara, Mexico.