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FOR THE RECORD
November 09, 1959
BASEBALL—NANKAI HAWKS 4 games to 0 over Tokyo Giants for Japanese World Series, Tokyo. TADASHI SUGIURA, Hawks' right-hander who pitches underhand, tossed 31 innings, won all four games.
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November 09, 1959

For The Record

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BASEBALL—NANKAI HAWKS 4 games to 0 over Tokyo Giants for Japanese World Series, Tokyo. TADASHI SUGIURA, Hawks' right-hander who pitches underhand, tossed 31 innings, won all four games.

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

BOATING—MAVERICK, owned by William T. Waggoner, Phoenix, Ariz., driven by Bill Stead, Reno, high point champion for 1959, with 2,525 points amassed in nine regattas; second: Miss Bardahl, owned by Ole Bardahl, Seattle.

BOXING—EDDIE MACHEN, fourth-ranked heavyweight, first-round TKO over Pal McMurtry, Portland, Ore.

Randy Sandy, 10-round split decision over Emile Griffith, middleweights. New York.

CHESS—MIKHAIL TAL, 23, Russia, World Challengers Chess Tournament, Belgrade, with 20 points; BOBBY FISCHER, 16-year-old U.S. champion, fifth with 12� points, higher than anyone else from the Western Hemisphere. Tal now has right to challenge world champion Mikhail Botvinnik, Russia, next March for world championship.

DOG SHOW—CH. CHIK T'SUN OF CAVERSHAM (Pekingese), owned by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Venable, Atlanta, new holder of world record for best-in-show victories, after win in show at Enid, Okla. Ch. Chik T'Sun of Caversham now holds 122 top awards, one more than previous record holder, late Ch. Bang Away of Sirrah Crest (boxer).

FLYING—MAX CONRAD, named Pilot of the Year by National Pilots Association, in recognition of pioneering he has done to establish routine, safe transoceanic crossings with single-and twin-engine craft, and for his record nonstop, solo flight from Casablanca to Los Angeles in single-engine plane last June.

GOLF—DOUG SANDERS, Miami Beach, $7,500 Sahara Pro-Amateur, Las Vegas, Nev., with 219 for 54 holes.

Sam Snead, Doug Ford, tie for $7,500 Eldorado CC tournament, with 138s for 36 hole, Palm Desert, Calif.

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