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FOR THE RECORD
June 15, 1959
BASEBALL—SOUTHERN U., Baton Rouge, over Omaha, 10-2, to win NAIA title, Alpine, Texas.
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June 15, 1959

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BASEBALL—SOUTHERN U., Baton Rouge, over Omaha, 10-2, to win NAIA title, Alpine, Texas.

BOATING—JIM LACY, North Bellmore, N.Y. stock car driver, took first whirl at motorboat raring, zoomed Ted Hermann's Hunter-19 outboard around Long Island at 34.2-mph average to win 280-m. Long Island Marathon in 8:06.04.

BOXING—DICK TIGER and RORY CALHOUN, 10-round draw, middleweights, New York.

FISHING—PUERTO RICO team boated nine fish weighing 3,899 pounds to win Bahamas Intl. Tuna Match, Cat Cay.

GOLF—BETSY RAWLS, Spartanburg, S.C., shot 369 for 90 holes, picked up 62-plus pts. to win Triangle round-robin and $1,550 at Summit, N.J.

Dave Ragan, 23-year-old from Chattanooga, successfully fought off Gene Littler on final round of Eastern Open, finished with 273 for 72 holes to win first pro tournament and $2,800, Baltimore.

Tommy Aaron, U. of Florida senior, took Sunnehanna Amateur with 277 for 72 holes, Johnstown, Pa.

Britain, British Commonwealth women's tournament, with 8 pts., St. Andrews, Scotland.

HORSE RACING—HILLSDALE: $54,700 Argonaut H., 1 m., by 2� lengths over Fleet Nasrullah, in 1:34[3/5], to lift 1959 earnings to $301,900, Hollywood Pk. Tommy Barrow up.

ON-AND-ON: $28,175 Sheridan S., 6 f., by 1 length over Little Tytus, in track record 1:08[3/5], Washington Pk. Steve Brooks up.

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