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October 27, 1958
BASEBALL—NEW YORK YANKEES, 32 fullshares worth $8,759 each for winning World Series; MILWAUKEE BRAVES, 31 shares worth $5,896 for losing. BOB TURLEY, WARREN SPAHN, JACKIE JENSEN, ERNIE BANKS, voted outstanding players of year in Sporting News poll of Baseball Writers Assn. of America.
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October 27, 1958

A Roundup Of The Sports Information Of The Week

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Dixie, owned by Bill Long, Dixon, Mo., all-age championship, National Trigg Foxhound field trials, Red Boiling Springs, Tenn.

Ch. Sulhamstead Matador of Killybracken (Irish wolfhound), owned by Mrs. C. Groverman Ellis, Wayne, Ill., best-in-show, Skokie Valley KC, Northbrook, Ill.

GOLF—JACK BURKE JR., Houston, Japan Open championship, on second hole of "sudden death" playoff with Ken Venturi after 289 tie for 72 holes.

Juan Antonio Estrada, defender, 8 and 6 over Richard Davis, Mexican national amateur, Guadalajara, Mexico.

Kel Nagle, New Zealand Open, Hamilton, with tournament-record 278 for 72 holes. Runner-up: Peter Thompson with 280.

HARNESS RACING—RAIDER FROST: $60,457 Cane Pace, 1[1/16] m., by half length, in 2:08 1/5, Yonkers. Joe O'Brien, driver.

HOCKEY—MONTREAL CANADIENS first, CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS second, BOSTON and DETROIT third in NHL.

HORSE RACING—QUILL: $135,960 Gardenia Stakes, 1[1/16] m., by half length, in 1:45 1/5, Garden State. Paul Bailey up.

INSIDE TRACT: $81,950 Jockey Club Gold Cup Stakes, 2 m., by four lengths, in 3:23 2/5, Belmont. Conn McCreary up.

NAMON: $66,745 Breeders' Futurity, 7 f. and 184 ft., by half length, in 1:26 4/5, Keeneland.

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