TRACK AND FIELD
Oklahoma A&M set meet records in four-mile and distance medley, won 880-yard and sprint medley, dominated Texas Relays at Austin, Tex. Little
, anchored by Freshman
who also captured 100-yard dash in 0:09.8, established new college division marks in quarter-mile and half-mile.
University of Texas
quartet won university division quarter-mile relay in record-breaking 0:40.6, also took one-mile and two-mile titles.
University of Michigan
rolled up big point advantage in running events, snared 10 first places, out-scored Stanford team 67 1/3-54 2/3 in intersectional meet at Palo Alto, Calif. Michigan's Jim Love took both high and low hurdles, was outstanding for Wolverines.
Ford Konno, brilliant Ohio State star, put on spectacular show in National AAU meet at New Haven, Conn., won 440-yard freestyle in 4:28.2, one tenth of second over world record, for new meet mark and beat out Michigan's Jack Wardrop in 220-yard freestyle. Two other Buckeye swimmers scored doubles, Yoshi Oyakawa winning 100- and 220-yard backstroke races while Gerry Harrison's superb form earned victories in one-and three-meter diving events.
Dr. Melvin Northrup, 47-year-old San Francisco veterinarian who won his last national title in 1945, registered five victories, two on falls, grabbed 160�-pound freestyle crown in National AAU matches at Amityville, N.Y. Bill Kerslake of Cleveland, 289-pound defending champion, pinned three rivals in quick order, became first to win three successive heavyweight championships, also retained Greco-Roman honors next day Japanese trio of Katsutoshi Yokoyama, Etsuma Iwano and Motoichi Motohashi were among newly crowned title-holders in freestyle, Yokoyama, Shuhei Imada and Todashi Numajiri won in the Greco-Roman competition. Boston's Jim Peckham, 174-pound titlist, won seven bouts, was chosen best all-round Greco-Roman wrestler.
Eintracht Soccer Club of Astoria, N.Y. dropped 1-0 decision to
Philadelphia Uhriks but won Eastern title 4-3 on total goals in two-game series, qualified to meet Los Angeles Danish-Americans, who beat Simpkins of St. Louis 5-2 in overtime for Western division honors, in National Challenge Cup final.
England's Stanley Matthews
, veteran 40-year-old booter, had foot in five goals, led team to 7-2 win over Scotland for British championship before 100,000 fans at London's Wembley Stadium.
. Tulane University senior, intercollegiate tennis champion, member of winning U.S. Davis Cup team, third-ranked nationally; named to Phi Beta Kappa. Richardson was recently awarded Rhodes scholarship, plans to enter Oxford in October.