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Jimmy Bryan, Phoenix, 250-m. stock car race, in 2:55:3.84, in Mercury, Milwaukee.
Curtis Turner, Roanoke, Va., 300-m. championship stock car race for convertibles, in 3:18:54, in 1956 Ford, Lehi, Ark.

U.S., over Egypt, 81-47, for world military championship, Damascus, Syria.

Ezio Selva, Italy, world championship for inboard motorboats up to 800 kilograms, with total elapsed time of 24:54.2 for three heats, in Alfa Romeo-Timossi, Campione, Italy.


Johnny Sullivan, 10-round decision over Willie Troy, middleweights, New York.
Sammy Walker, 10-round split-decision over Andre Tessier, middleweights, Holyoke, Mass.
Charlie Humez, three-round KO over Peter Mueller, middleweights, Dortmund, Germany.
Charlie Sawyer, 10-round decision over Virgil Akins, welterweights, Hollywood, Calif.
Chico Vejar, 10-round decision over Ramon Fuentes, welterweights, Stamford, Conn.
Joe Miceli, 10-round split-decision over Lil' Arthur King, welterweights, Toronto.
Ralph Dupas, 5-round KO over Alex Vargas, lightweights, New Orleans.

British Commonwealth, Intl. Tuna Tournament and Alton B. Sharp Trophy, with 1,298 pts., Wedgeport, N.S.


(College games)

Arizona 27-Montana 12
Iowa St. 13-Denver 10
S. Carolina 26-Wofford 13
Tulsa 27-N. Mex. A&M 6
Utah St. 39-Drake 33
VMI 47-Stetson 6
Wichita 13-BYU 0
Wyo. 40-West. St. 13

(NFL exhibitions)

Balt. 21-Wash. 13
Chi. Bears 21-N.Y. 16
Detroit 31-Cleve. 14
Green Bay 29-Chi. Cards 21
Los Ang. 33-S. Fran. 24
Pitts. 14-Phila. 12


Art Wall Jr., Pocono Manor, Pa., Ft. Wayne (Ind.) Open, on first hole of sudden-death playoff.
Marlene Bauer Hagge, Sarasota, Fla., invitation PGA Open, with 292 for 72 holes, Whittier, Calif.

DIAMOND HAL: $29,250 Good Time Pace, 1½ m., by two lengths, in 3:05 3/5, Yonkers (N.Y.) Raceway. Joe O'Brien, driver.


NONNIE JO: $58,450 Michigan Mile, by head, in 1:36 2/5 (track record), Detroit. L. C. Cook up.
SEA O ERIN: $28,600 Midwest Handicap, 6½ f., by nose, in 1:17 4/5, Chicago. Kenny Church up.
POONA II: $16,125 Escondido Handicap, 1 1/16 m., by 2¾ lengths, in 1:40 1/5, Del Mar, Calif. J. R. Adams up.

John Dalton, Sturgis, S. Dak., all-round cowboy championship, Pendleton (Ore.) Roundup.


San Pedro, Calif., over Sapulpa, Okla., 6-1, Natl. Softball Congress title, Tulsa, Okla.
Sewart AFB, Tenn., over Laughlin AFB, Texas, 4-3, world-wide Air Force title, Montgomery, Ala.


Vic Seixas, Philadelphia, over Eddie Moylan, 6-4, 6-3, 4-6, 6-2, Western Amateur final, Indianapolis.
Lew Hoad, Australia, over Sven Davidson, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 intl. tournament men's singles, Toronto.
Althea Gibson, New York, over Shirley Bloomer, 6-3, 6-1, intl. tournament women's singles, Toronto.