Sport: Scoreboard, Jun. 1, 1959

¶ C. W. Smith's four-year-old Hillsdale was bunched with three other horses with only a dozen yards to go in the California Stakes at Hollywood Park, Calif., but responded to the whipping of Jockey Tommy Barrow, won by a nose in a driving finish. The $66,800 winner's share increased Hillsdale's lifetime earnings to $415,095, gave him first place in 1959 winnings with $270,250. ¶ In a dual track meet between Oklahoma and Oklahoma State at Norman, Okla., for the first time in college track history three vaulters cleared 15 ft. in the same event. Tied for first: Oklahoma State's Jim Graham...

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