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Maurice Trintignant, France, 227.2-m. Grand Prix of Dakar, in 1:48.47.1 in3-liter Ferrari, Dakar, French W. Africa.
(Southern BowlingCongress tournament, New Orleans)
Joe Burnett,Houston, all-events scratch title, with 1,845.
Spencer O'Neil, Atlanta, all-events handicap title, with 1,977.
Frank Vowell, Hattiesburg, Miss., singles title, with 716.
Buddy Pyeatt and Johnny Swink, Fayetteville, Ark., doubles title, with1,305.
Southern Latex Corp., Atlanta, team title, with 3,087.
(Natl. Duckpinmatch game championship, New Haven, Conn.)
Jim Wolfensberger, Hagerstown, Md., with 163-24 pts.
John L. Sullivan,10-round split decision over Jackie La Bua, middleweights, Syracuse, N.Y.
Joey Giardello, 10-round decision over Hurley Sanders, middleweights, Paterson,N.J.
Ludwig Lightburn, 10-round decision over Hocine Khalfi, lightweights, NewYork.
PORTERHOUSE: $27,250 Santa Barbara Handicap, 1 1/16 m., by 3/4 length, in 1:43,Santa Anita. Eddie Arcaro up.
(Derby Week,Daytona Beach, Fla.)
John Gibson,Duarte, Calif., 200-m. race, on Harley-Davidson, with 94.21 mph averagespeed.
Bates Molyneaux, Corpus Christi, 100-m. race, on Harley-Davidson, with 93.58mph average speed.
Cornell, over Yale, 20-6, for intercollegiate indoor championship, NewYork.
Francis Seavy, Clearwater, Fla., intl. midwinter snipe regatta, with 4,644pts., Clearwater.
Carl Badger andJim Ethridge, Greenwich, Conn., over Dick Remsen and John Russell, 15-7, 17-15,15-13, U.S. Squash Racquets Assn. doubles title, New York.
Ben Hecksher, Harvard, over Juan Hermosilla, 18-13, 15-9, 15-10, natl.intercollegiate title, Middletown, Conn.
Pitt, Eastern intercollegiate championship, with 139 pts., New York.
(La Jollainvitational, La Jolla, Calif.)
Whitney Reed,U.S. Air Force, over Gil Shea, 12-10, 2-6, 6-3, men's singles.
Beverley Baker Fleitz, Long Beach, Calif., over Mimi Arnold, 6-3, 6-3, women'ssingles.
(World Pro TennisTour)
Pancho Gonzales beat Tony Trabert, 5 matches to 1. Gonzales leads, 44-12.
Oklahoma A&M, Border Olympics championship, with 56 pts., Laredo,Texas.