SQUASH RACQUETS—CALVIN MacCRACKEN, Englewood Field Club, retained Gold Racquets invitation tournament singles title with win over Ben Heckscher, Maryland Club, 18-16, 15-7, 15-7, at Cedarhurst, N.Y.
SWIMMING—UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO over University of Western Ontario in dual meet 57-29 in which Toronto, led by BILL YORZYK and BOB FISHER, set 10 Canadian records. Best ones: Yorzyk's 2:04.8 for 200-yard butterfly and Fisher's 2:13.7 for 200-yard backstroke.
TENNIS—MAL ANDERSON, Victorian singles championship, over top-seeded Ashley Cooper 7-5, 6-3, 6-3, at Melbourne.
Sandra Reynolds, women's singles title, over top-seeded Lorraine Coghlan 6-4, 8-6. USLTA announced new player rankings (subject to membership approval): Men's singles—1. Ham Richardson, 2. Alex Olmedo, 3. Barry MacKay, lt. Bernard Bartzen, 5. Herb Flam, 6. Dick Savitt, 7. Sam Giammalva, 8. Vic Seixas, 9. Budge Patty, 10. Whitney Reed. Women's singles—1. Althea Gibson, 2. Beverly Fleitz, 3. Darlene Hard, 4. Dorothy Knode, 5. Margaret DuPont.
MILEPOSTS—DIED: TRISTRAM (TRIS) SPEAKER, the "Gray Eagle" of the major leagues, who became perhaps the finest center fielder ever after failure as a pitcher for Cleburne of Texas League; of a heart attack at Whitney,
RETIRING: CARL SNAVELY, the "Gray Fox" of football, who coached three bowl teams at North Carolina and for six years has been head coach of St. Louis' Washington University, after 32 years, 180 wins, 96 losses and 16 ties.