Anna Dmitrieva, 17, chubby Moscow schoolgirl, one of first Russians (other: Andrei Potanin, 17) to compete in world tennis, made debut at Beckenham, England, won junior title in Wimbledon warmup.
K. C. Jones, onetime backcourt wizard for San Francisco and 1956 Olympic team, who was slated to play for Boston, set off Celtic wail when he shifted signals, signed with Los Angeles Rams as defensive halfback.
Henri De Lamaze, 40, dapper Parisian who has made French Amateur his personal property, tuned up his putting game to turn back American Tim Holland 4 and 3, won title for ninth time at Deauville.
Matt Busby, architect of England's great Manchester United soccer teams, who survived tragic air crash, was named for C.B.E. by Queen. Others honored: Cyclist Reg Harris and Horseman Wilfrid White, O.B.E.
Marjorie Lindsay, veteran Decatur, Ill. amateur golfer, turned instructor, gave 18-year-old Andrea Cohn lesson in greens skill, walked off with 8 and 6 victory and Trans-Mississippi title at Springfield, Mo.
Harry Gallatin, 31, NBA old pro affectionately referred to as The Horse by colleagues, retired after 10 years and record 747 consecutive games, left Detroit Pistons to coach basketball at Southern Illinois.
Admiral Milo F. Draemel (Ret.), World War II commander of Philadelphia Navy Yard, noted conservationist, was given Pinchot Plaque "for distinguished services in rehabilitation of the Schuylkill River."