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December 08, 1958
BASKETBALL—NEW YORK, leader in NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
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December 08, 1958

A Roundup Of The Sports Information Of The Week

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

BOWLING—ST. LOUIS BUDWEISERS, national five-man match-game championship for third time in four years, over Detroit Pfeiffers, 3 points to 1, at Detroit.

BOXING—ZORA FOLLEY, 9-round TKO over Joe Bygraves, heavyweights, Leicester, Eng.

Mike Dejohn, unanimous 10-round decision over Billy Besmanoff, heavyweights, New York.

Rudell Stitch, unanimous 10-round decision over Yama Bahama, welterweights, Louisville.

Bobo Olson, former middleweight champion, 6-round TKO over Paddy Young, Oakland, Calif.

Victor Zalazar, 8-round TKO over Frank Keating, middleweights, New York.

CROSS-COUNTRY—ED VANDERHEUVEL, Central Michigan College, NAIA individual championship with 20:55.6 for four miles at Omaha. Team championship: Emporia State Teachers College.

DOG SHOW—CH. SEAGIFT PARCANCADY ROYALTON (greyhound), owned by Bonnyleigh Kennels, Middleburg, Va., best-in-show, Queensboro KC, Jamaica, N.Y.

FIELD HOCKEY—NORTHEAST NO. 1 over Philadelphia No. 1, national tournament, at Chicago. Philadelphia women's loss was their first in 36-year history of tournament.

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