Glenn (Fireball) Roberts, Daytona Beach, Fla., 125-m. Lee Kirby Memorial, in 1:25:40, in Cadillac-powered car, Charlotte, N.C.
Jack Harrison, W. Newton, Ind., 100-m. new car race, in 1955 Ford convertible, Atlanta.
Duncan Black, Parkton, Md., 25-lap Congressional Cup, in Lester MG; Mrs. Suzy Dietrich, special 6-lap race for women, natl. MG races, Upper Marlboro, Md.
Johnny Holman, 7-round KO over Boardwalk Billy Smith, heavyweights, Miami Beach.
Rocky Castellani, 10-round TKO over Pedro Gonzales, middleweights, Cleveland.
Charley Joseph, 8-round TKO over Sammy Walker, middleweights, New Orleans.
Art Aragon, 10-round KO over Woody Winslow, welterweights, Los Angeles.
Johnny Saxton, 10-round decision over Jackie O'Brien, welterweights, Holyoke, Mass.
Carlos Chaves and Jimmy Dupree, 10-round draw, welterweights, Fresno, Calif.
Buddy McDonald, 9-round KO over Dixon Hoxey, welterweights, Seattle.
Seraphin Ferrer, 7-round KO over Al Brown, lightweights, Paris.
Johnny Gonsalves, 10-round split decision over Lulu Perez, lightweights, New York.
Ludwig Lightburn, 10-round decision over Hocine Khalfi, lightweights, New York.
Henry Miramontes, 12-round decision over Buddy Baggett, for Texas bantamweight title, Dallas.
Chungking Tino (red Pekingese), best-in-show, Bronx County Kennel Club, New York.
England, over U.S. women's team, 6-0, London.
(Canadian Big Four)
Montreal 41—Hamilton 16
Toronto 29—Ottawa 13
Sam Snead, White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., Thun-derbird CC $10,000 pro-member tournament, with 137 for 36 holes, Palm Springs, Calif.
B. J. Kraffert Jr., Titusville, Pa., over John W. Roberts, 1 up, North and South Seniors championship, Pinehurst, N.C.