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Yale's Kerry Donovan, Sandy Gideonse, Dave Armstrong, John Niles churned 400-yard free-style relay in 3:21.3, shattered world record by 3/10 second; Mary Jane Sears, pretty Washington D.C. aquastar, was clocked in 2:44.9 for 200-yard orthodox breaststroke, established new American mark in swim carnival at New Haven, Conn.

Williston Academy swimmers splashed 300-yard medley relay in 3:00; 400-yard free-style relay in 3:34.2; 150-yard medley relay in 1:18.2, set three national preparatory school records in meets at Springfield and Easthampton, Mass.

Ron Shavlik, 6-foot 7-inch North Carolina State rebound artist, rolled up 55 points, his seventh-ranked team trounced William and Mary 126-99, for new Atlantic Coast Conference scoring standards at Norfolk, Va.

Narcisse Dompierre, Quebec City racer, pushed eight crossbred dogs to new record of 5:33.58 in 66-mile international sled dog derby, won world championship at Ottawa.


San Francisco romped over College of Pacific 72-52, whipped San Jose State 59-49 for 16th straight, remained in No. 1 spot in AP poll.

UCLA outclassed Stanford 85-63, 72-59, took two-game lead over Indians in Southern Division of Pacific Coast Conference. Morris Taft, Willie Naulls paced Bruins.

Utah edged Brigham Young 78-71, bounced back from 76-74 overtime upset by Cougars. Little Terry Tebbs's driving lay-up in final seconds of extra period ended Utah's 10-game winning streak, dropped Redskins to No. 10 position.

La Salle whipped past Manhattan 76-62 on Tom Gola's rebounding and scoring, rallied in second half, beat Richmond 91-80. Gola got 30 points against Spiders.

Duquesne came from behind, outscored Villanova 66-58, trounced Carnegie Tech 62-27 with airtight defense, got scare from little Westminster but managed to win 55-53, became first to enter New York's National Invitation Tournament.

Williams remained one of nation's few unbeaten teams, blasted Springfield 85-75, Vermont 82-65, ran winning streak to 13.

Kentucky went ahead in last two minutes, nosed out Mississippi State 61-56, coasted past Georgia 86-40, moved into Southeastern Conference lead.

George Washington outfought Maryland 73-67 on Joe Petcavich's 33 points, outscored Richmond 17-3 in last five minutes, walloped Spiders 77-62, routed Army 80-49, boosted season's record to 18-3.

North Carolina State got scoring fever, rolled up 333 points in three games. Wolf-pack outran Virginia 114-97, crushed William and Mary 126-99 as Ron Shavlik scored 55 points, used full-court press, turned back South Carolina 93-71.

Furman, nation's top scoring team, ran into deep freeze by The Citadel, squeezed past Bulldogs 26-24. Furman, 154-67 winner over same team Jan. 8, led 25-20 at intermission, scored one point in second half.

Tulsa defeated Detroit 77-72, swamped Hardin-Simmons 66-51. Jump-shooting Bob Patterson scored 37 against Detroit, 35 in Hardin-Simmons game, brought career total to 1,249, best in Tulsa history.

Marquette sneaked past Creighton 88-77, slammed Bowling Green 101-56, stretched country's longest win streak to 18, accepted bid for NCAA tournament.

Minnesota trimmed Ohio State 82-56, subdued fighting Illinois 78-71 in double overtime, took Big Ten lead.

Dayton, Louisville, Manhattan, Niagara, Cincinnati picked for next month's NIT at New York.

N. Y. Knickerbockers ran off four straight over Minneapolis 98-95, 118-112, Ft. Wayne 88-82, Boston 105-103 on Jim Baechtold's last-second basket, moved up to challenge league-leading Syracuse Nationals, who won four of five, in Eastern Division of NBA.

Ft. Wayne Pistons split four games, continued at top of Western Division standings, 5½ games ahead of Minneapolis.


Harold Johnson, Philadelphia light heavyweight, caught Paul Andrews, Joe Louis' No. 2-ranked protégé, with perfect right to jaw, knocked out 2-1 favorite in sixth round at New York, moved into consideration for title bout with Archie Moore.

Ronnie Delaney, Akron right-hander, used southpaw stance, piled up points with right-hand uppercuts, upset overcautious, back-pedaling Welterweight Champion Johnny Saxton in over-the-weight 10-rounder at Akron.

Tony De Marco, rugged Boston welterweight, weathered ninth-round storm, rallied to hold Jimmy Carter, who regained lightweight title last November, to 10-round draw in nontitle fight before 12,163 fans who paid $74,670 at Boston Garden.


Fred Dwyer, disqualified after wrestling match with Wes Santee in last race, let Santee and Gunnar Nielsen run selves out in blistering 1:59 half-mile, moved past gasping rivals with three laps to go, won Baxter Mile by 65 yards in 4:06.2 for new meet record in NYAC games at New York.

Mal Whitfield, veteran Olympic star, outmaneuvered Philadelphia's Joe Gaffney, took 500-yard run in 0:57.1; Arnold Sowell, Pitt star, upset Fordham's Tom Courtney in 1:52.1 half-mile; Norway's Audun Boysen made runaway of 1,000-yard run, set meet record of 2:10.2; rapid Rod Richard of Armed Forces edged George Sydnor in 60-yard dash in 0:06.2, tied meet record. Other winners: Horace Ashenfelter, two-mile run (8:57); Jack Davis, 60-yard high hurdles (0:07.2); Syracuse, two-mile college relay (7:38.5—meet record); Parry O'Brien, 16-pound shot (57 feet 9½ inches); Bob Richards, pole vault (15 feet 3 inches); J. Lewis Hall and Charlie Holding, high jump tie (6 feet 7¼ inches).


Gigantic, 42-1 long shot, rushed past Imbros, Correspondent in stretch, left Poona II, Determine far behind, finished on top in $60,000 San Antonio Handicap, last important trial for Santa Anita Handicap, gave Jockey Roy Lumm biggest day of career. Lumm, just out of apprentice ranks, also won $29,500 San Luis Rey Handicap aboard Alidon, 55-1 choice.

Prince Noor, Hasty House 3-year-old, took advantage of favored Saratoga's poor start, came from far behind, won $35,050 Everglades Stakes at Hialeah Pk., Fla., became threat for Flamingo Stakes Feb. 26.


Tommy Bolt, hard-hitting, hot-tempered Houston, Tex. pro, got eagle on final hole, shot last-round 65, won $10,000 Tucson Open with 266.

Al Dark, New York Giants shortstop, missed putt on 18th green, came back to beat Al Lopez, Cleveland manager, on 22nd hole for baseball players' golf championship at Miami.

Polly Riley, veteran Ft. Worth stylist, regained putting touch in time, dropped four-footer on 18th green, edged 18-year-old Joanne Goodwin of Plymouth, Mass. 1 up, captured Palm Beach Amateur.


U.S. Air Force Academy, pointing toward varsity competition in 1956, hired Lawrence T. (Buck) Shaw, recently fired after 10 years with pro San Francisco 49ers, as "part-time civilian consultant" to freshman and intramural football coaching staff.

Lou Saban, Northwestern backfield coach, former Indiana, Cleveland Browns star, was named "interim" Wildcat coach, succeeded Bob Voigts, who resigned because of alumni criticism. Happy Saban rejoiced: "I accept...with humility."

Army got green light for future postseason competition when 18-man Board of Visitors recommended acceptance of invitation to play in recognized bowl games.


Henri Salaun, Boston control expert, showed amazing accuracy in placing shots, downed Ernie Howard of Toronto, 15-7, 15-6, 15-11, won first national amateur title at Detroit. Germain Glidden of New Canaan, Conn. disposed of Joe Hahn of Detroit, 15-11, 15-9, 15-6 for veterans' honors.

Hashim Khan, 40-year-old Pakistani, lost two sets, came back with long cross-court shots, rallied to defeat younger brother Azam, 15-11, 11-15, 14-16, 15-6, 15-7 in U.S. pro championship at New York.

Harry Hopman, much-criticized Australian Davis Cup team captain-manager, was reappointed to lead five-man squad in attempt to regain famed trophy from U.S. His team: Veterans Ken Rose wall, Lew Hoad, Rex Hartwig; Juniors Neale Fraser, Ashley Cooper.


Tauno Pulkkinen of Flushing, N.Y. successfully defended 18-kilometer and 30-kilometer national cross-country titles at Willamette Pass, Ore.

Europe's "Little Olympics" brought out top skiers, triumphs for Finland's Arvo Viitanen in 15-kilometer cross-country and Antti Hivarinen in jumping competition. Austria's Tony Seiler won downhill event.


Detroit Red Wings got ready for stretch run, swept past Toronto 2-1, Chicago 5-1, trailed first-place Montreal Canadiens, who lost to Toronto 3-1, New York 4-1, by single point in National Hockey League.

Colorado College beat Minnesota 4-3, bowed to North Dakota 4-3, held big lead in Western League; Princeton blanked Yale 2-0, Harvard trounced Dartmouth 10-0 in Ivy League; St. Lawrence topped Middlebury 5-1, Hamilton 13-3, Boston College 4-1.


Jay Hasbrouck of Newburgh, N.Y. piled up 160 points, took North American senior men's outdoor speed skating title at Saranac Lake, N.Y. Blonde Pat Gibson of West Allis, Wis. won four events, scored 140 points, captured senior women's crown.

Rimima Zhukowa dominated women's world speed skating championships at Kuopio, Finland, won title with 212.857 points.

Waightman (Bud) Washbond of East Hartford, Conn. and Pat Martin of Massena, N.Y. zipped down Lake Placid run four times in 5:13.75, edged Art Tyler and Ed Seymour in Olympic tryouts.

Willie Mays, New York Giants outfield star, slammed triple, three singles, knocked in winning run, helped Puerto Rico beat Cuba 7-6, clinch at least tie for Caribbean professional title at Caracas, Venezuela.


DIED—Franklin Beattie, 43, veteran bobsledder; of injuries suffered when sled shot off zigzag curve on Mount Van Hoevenburg run during National AAU four-man championship race, at Lake Placid, N.Y.

DIED—Charles Gribbin, 52, horse trainer, stud manager, last caretaker of Man o' War; of heart attack, at Clifton Heights, Pa.

DIED—Eddie Hearne, 67, former top auto racing driver, National Speedway champion in 1923, runner-up in 1919 Indianapolis 500-mile race; at Los Angeles.


Lee Petty, Randleman, N.C., Grand Natl. 100-m. race, with 69.03 mph avg. speed, in 1954 Chrysler, Jacksonville, Fla.


Bob Baker, 2-round KO over Willie James, heavyweights, Baltimore.
Heinz Neuhaus and Henry Hall, 10-round draw, heavyweights, Berlin.
Holly Mims, 10-round decision over Milo Savage, middleweights, New York.
Bobby Dykes, 9-round TKO over Joey De John, middleweights, Miami Beach.
Jimmy Martinez, 10-round split decision over Joe Miceli, middleweights, Rochester, N.Y.
Luther Rawlings, 10-round decision over Johnny Brown, welterweights, Chicago.
Chico Vejar, 10-round decision over Joey Klein, welterweights, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Eddie Chavez, 10-round split decision over Manuel Renteria, lightweights, San Francisco.
Carlos Chavez, 10-round split decision over Bobby Woods, lightweights, Los Angeles.
Ralph Dupas, 10-round decision over Ritchie (Kid) Howard, lightweights, New Orleans.
Dai Dower, 15-round decision over Eric Marsden, for British Empire flyweight title, London.

Montreal Westward, skipped by Clay Smith, over Prescott, Ont., 17-4, Rotary Intl. bonspiel, Utica, N.Y.

Dr. Roland Lombard, Weyland, Mass., 41-m. Intl. Dog Sled race, in 2:59.34, St. Gathe, Que.




IN RESERVE: $22,550 Santa Ynez Stakes, 7 f., by 2½ lengths, in 1:22 2/5, Santa Anita Pk., Calif. Johnny Longden up.
FIRST CADET: $21,525 Florida Breeders' Stakes, 3 f., by 1½ lengths, in 0:33 3/5, Hialeah Pk., Fla. Kenny Scawthorn up.
WEE-FLASH: $7,975 Debutante Stakes, ¼, m., by a neck, in 0:22 3/5, Fair Grounds, New Orleans. Thomas Spencer up.

Huntington, L.I., over Alliance, O., 16-3, Sherman Memorial tournament, New York.

(Great Southern Trapshoot, Jacksonville. Fla.)

G. V. Wiggins, Daytona Beach, Fla., Great Southern men's handicap, with 95 of 100.
Mrs. Carl Flock, Miami, Great Southern women's handicap, with 88 of 100.
Thomas O. Oliver, Toronto, doubles title, with 84 of 100.
J. Calvin Michael, Aberdeen, Md., 16-yd. singles, with 196 of 200.


Keith Wegeman, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Class A jumping title, with 270, 255 ft., 221 pts., Steamboat Springs carnival.
Art Devlin, Lake Placid, N.Y., Class A jump, with 201, 217 ft., 219.4 pts., open invitation, Brattleboro, Vt.
John Bednarz, Iron ML, Mich., Class A jump, with 199, 200 ft., 216.6 pts.. Ironwood, Mich.
Guttom Berge, Norway, N.Y. State men's slalom title, in 0:50.2, Saranac Lake, N.Y.
Katherine Cox, Port Leyden, N.Y., N.Y. State women's slalom title, in 0:60.2 Saranac Lake, N.Y.


Eddie Moylan, Trenton, N.J., over Renaldo Garrido, 6-2, 7-5, Hollywood men's singles, Hollywood, Fla.
Karol Fageros, Coral Gables, over Marilyn Stock, 9-7, 10-8. Hollywood women's singles, Hollywood, Fla.
Budge Patty, Los Angeles, over Hugh T. Stewart, 6-3, 7-5, 6-3, French indoor singles, Paris.
Tony Vincent, Miami, over Geoffrey Ward, 6-1, 6-1, Carlton T.C. singles, Cannes, France.
Felicisimo Ampon, Philippines, over Sven Davidson, 6-1, 6-4, 1-6, 6-2, Philippine natl. open, Manila.

(European championships, Hahnenklee, Germany)

Paul Aste, Austria, men's single-seater title, in 5:23.46 for 4 heats.
Heinz Isser and Aste, Austria, twin-seater title, in 2:45.56 for 2 heats.
Maria Isser, Austria, women's single-seater title, in 5:34.27 for 4 heats.



Colgate 77—Syracuse 74
Columbia 63—Dartmouth 51
Conn. 103—New Hamp. 85
Conn. 116—Maine 72
Cornell 79—Yale 59
Dartmouth 78—Penn 70
Duquesne 66—Vill. 58
Duquesne 62—Carn. Tech 27
Duquesne 55—West. 53
Harvard 69—Princeton 57
Holy Cross 80—Yale 56
H. Cross 101—St. Michaels 72
Holy Cross 85—NYU 59
La Salle 76—Manhattan 62
La Salle 91—Richmond 80
Manhattan 66—Canisius 59
Penn St. 84—W. Va. 58
Princeton 57—Brown 55
St. Bon. 75—Niagara 71
St. John's 64—Fordham 56
St. Louis 87—NYU 66
S. Hall 66—Muhlenberg 57
S. Hall 88—Boston C. 56
Syracuse 87—Niagara 83
Villanova 100—Boston C. 75
Williams 85—Springfield 75
Williams 82—Vermont 65


Alabama 98—Georgia 77
Arkansas 86—Rice 75
Auburn 70—Florida 66
Baylor 76—SMU 72
Duke 75—Wake Forest 73
Duke 76—Navy 56
Fordham 62—G'town 58
Furman 95—Davidson 67
Furman 26—The Citadel 24
Geo. Wash. 73—Maryland 67
Geo. Wash. 77—Richmond 62
Geo. Wash. 80—Army 49
G'town 84—Villanova 79
Georgia Tech 75—Auburn 67
Georgia Tech 79—LSU 72
Kentucky 61—Miss. St. 56
Kentucky 86—Georgia 40
Maryland 63—N. Car. 61
N. Car. St. 114—Va. 97
N. Car. St. 126—W&M 99
N. Car. St. 93—S. Car. 71
Rice 79—Texas 70
Richmond 78—VMI 54
SMU 84—TCU 70
Tennessee 97—Georgia 81
Tennessee 93—Miss. St. 67
Texas 80—Texas A&M 76
Tulane 62—Vanderbilt 58
Vanderbilt 78—Alabama 57
Virginia 98—N. Car. 73
Wake Forest 90—S. Car. 81
West Va. 96—W&L 85
W&M 105—Va. Tech 73


Cincinnati 70—Xavier 69
Cincinnati 79—Cen'ary 50
Dayton 78—Miami (O.) 62
Dayton 94—Loyola 79
Illinois 81—Michigan 80
Indiana 65—Wisconsin 58
Iowa 90—Indiana 75
Kansas 78—Kansas St. 68
Marquette 88—Creighton 77
Marquette 101—Bowl. Gr. 56
Michigan 80—Purdue 70
Mich. St. 93—Notre D. 79
Minnesota 82—Ohio St. 56
Minnesota 78—Illinois 71
Nebraska 84—Colorado 77
Nebraska 75—Oklahoma 67
N'western 56—Mich. St. 54
Notre D. 87—Bradley 63
Okla. 59—Okla. A&M 50
St. Louis 80—Detroit 68
Tulsa 77—Detroit 72
Tulsa 66—Hardin-Simmons 51
Wisconsin 86—Ohio St. 63


Brig. Young 76—Utah 74
California 58—S. Cal. 57
Colorado 80—Missouri 71
Colo. A&M 54—Montana 48
Denver 74—Montana 68
Idaho 65—Oregon 50
Oregon 70—Idaho 44
San Fran. 72—Coll. Pac. 52
San Fran. 59—San Jose St. 49
S. Cal. 80—Calif. 62
UCLA 85—Stanford 63
UCLA 72—Stanford 59
Utah 78—Brig. Young 71
Utah St. 72—Col. A&M 66
Washington 76—Wash. St. 40
Washington 63—Wash. St. 49
Wyoming 68—Utah St. 48