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FOR THE RECORD

Jan. 25, 1960
Jan. 25, 1960

Table of Contents
Jan. 25, 1960

Seven Feet Up
Wonderful World Of Sport
Wonderful World Of The Sport
Events & Discoveries
Horse Racing
Food
Pro Football
Tip From The Top
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

FOR THE RECORD

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

This is an article from the Jan. 25, 1960 issue

BOWLING—HARRY SMITH, St. Louis, and SYLVIA WENE, Philadelphia, all-star match-game bonding championships, Omaha.

BOXING—RALPH DUPAS, 10-round decision over Kenny Lane, welterweights, Mobile, Ala.

Eddie Perkins, 10-round decision over Larry Boardman, welterweights, Miami Beach, Fla.

FISHING—J. FRENCH BALDWIN, Locust Valley, N.Y., and RUSSELL V. BOOM, Davenport, Iowa, tied for first in Stuart Sailfish Club lighttackles tournament, Stuart, Fla.

FOOTBALL—WEST ALL-STARS, annual Pro Bowl Game, 38-21, over East All-Stars, Los Angeles.

GOLF—DOW FINSTERWALD, Tequesta, Fla., $37,500 Los Angeles Open, with 280 for 72 holes.

HOCKEY—MONTREAL first, DETROIT second, TORONTO third in NHL standings. Last week's scores: Chicago 5, Detroit 2; Montreal 3, Toronto 1; Boston 6, New York 0; Detroit 3, Chicago 1; Toronto 3, New York 1; Montreal 8, Boston 2; Chicago 3, New York 1; Montreal 3, Boston 1; Detroit 4, Toronto 3.

HORSE RACING—SILVER SPOON: $20,000 Santa Monica Handicap, 7 f. in 1:23, by two lengths over Margaretta, Santa Anita, Calif. Eddie Arcaro up.

NEW POLICY: $22,350 San Miguel Stakes, 6½ f. in 1:15 4/5, by a neck over Tompion, Santa Anita, Calif. Willie Shoemaker up.

ON-AND-ON: $63,500 Tropical Park Handicap, 1 1/8 m. in 1:46 3/5, by two lengths over Pointer, Tropical Park, Fla. Steve Brooks up.

ROMAN COLONEL: $29,850 Royal Poinciana Handicap, 6 f. in 1:09 1/5, by head over Alhambra, Hialeah, Fla. Lois Cook up.

MOTORCYCLE RACING—ED MULDER, Palmdale, Calif., 39th Big Bear cross-country motorcycle race. Lucerne Valley, Calif. (Also-ran: onetime Olympic Decathlon Champion Bob Mathias, 105th in field of 203.)

RUGBY—ENGLAND over Wales, 14-6, Rugby Union international match, highest score against Welsh in 36 years.

SKIING—CLARENCE SERVOLD, Canada, national 15-km. cross-country championship, 1:06:26, Aspen Highlands, Colo.

SKI JUMPING—EINAR DOHLEN, Norway, Harold E. Doerr Memorial Trophy, with 207.9 points, Bear Mountain, N.Y.

SQUASH—AZAM KHAN, Canadian Open, over Roshan Khan, 15-11, 12-15, 18-14, 18-15, in Montreal.

SWIMMING—JOHN KONRADS, Australia, 880-yard freestyle, New South Wales championships, in 9 minutes, 13.8 seconds, Sydney.

TENNIS—ROY EMERSON, Australia, men's singles title, over Bob Hewitt, 6-3, 6-4, 6-3; MARIA BUENO, Brazil, women's singles title, over Christine Truman, 6-1, 6-1, South Australian championships, Adelaide.

MILEPOSTS—DOLPH SCHAYES, 6-foot 8-inch star of Syracuse Nationals, scored his 15,000th point in professional basketball play, over a career of 12 years. Schayes became the first man in National Basketball Association history to score 15,000.

Gordie Howe, Detroit Red Wings forward, scored his 947th point, to surpass Maurice Richard of Montreal, idle for part of this season, in lifetime points in National Hockey League.