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Donald Dwyer, Scituate, Mass., men's world candlepin bowling title, with 10-string pintail of 1,127; MRS. MARGARET DESHLER, Boston, women's title, with 5-string pinfall of 529, Manchester, N.H.
Daniel Ryan five, Chicago, women's intl. team title, with 2,880 pins, Miami, Fla.


Rory Calhoun, 1-round KO over Randy Sandy, middleweights, New York.
Orlando Zulueta, 10-round decision over Hoacine Khalfi, lightweights, Bangor, Me.

Bo Wininger, Oklahoma City, Kansas City Open, with 273 for 72 holes.


Princess Turia and Beyond (dead heat): $29,650 Acorn Stakes, 1 m., in 1:37 4/5, Belmont Pk., N.Y.
Henry Moreno up on Princess Turia; Conn McCreary up on Beyond.
LOVER BOY: $27,500 Golden State Breeders' Handicap, 1 1/16 m., in photo finish, in 1:42 2/5, Hollywood Pk., Calif. Johnny Longden up.
SUMMER SOLSTICE: $22,075 Balmoral Turf Handicap, 1‚⅛ m., by ¾ length, in 1:49 2/5, Washington Pk., Ill. Johnny Adams up.

Lt. Edgar A. O'Hair, San Antonio, intl. modern pentathlon individual title, with 4,674 pts., San Antonio.


Stanford, over S. California and UCLA, by ½ length, for Ed Harbach Cup, Los Angeles.
Cornell, over Syracuse, by 1 length, in 3:46.8 for ¾ m., Syracuse, N.Y.
Navy 1952 Olympic Champions, over Penn and Wisconsin, in 6:40 for 2,000 meters, Philadelphia.


Dick Savitt, Houston, over Vic Seixas, 7-5, 8-6, 1-6, 6-4, Cotton Carnival invitational, Memphis.
Pancho Gonzales, over Tony Trabert, 3 matches to 1. Gonzales leads World Pro Tour, 70-21.
England, over Yugoslavia, 5-0, Davis Cup European Zone second round match, Belgrade.
India, over Japan, 3-2, Davis Cup Eastern Zone final, Tokyo.