DIED—Camilla Koffler, 44, world-famous photographer of wild animals, known professionally as Ylla; of cerebral hemorrhage after operation for head injuries received when she fell from Jeep while photographing bullock-drawn cart race near New Delhi.
DIED—The Rev. Arthur Howe, 65, All-America quarterback for Yale in 1911, Eli coach in 1912, teacher at Loomis School and Dartmouth, one-time president of Hampton, Va. Institute; at Plymouth, N.H.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Bob Baker. Charlotte, N.C., NASCAR 100-m. Grand Natl. race with 73.13 mph avg. speed, in 1954 Oldsmobile, N. Wilkesboro, N.C.
Bob Sweikert, Indianapolis, Midwest AAA 25-lap sprint race, in 10:18.45 (track record), Dayton, O.
Tommy Hinnershitz, Oley, Pa., AAA 30-lap sprint car race, in 13:16.76, Reading, Pa.
Jimmy Reece, Oklahoma City, AAA 100-lap midget race, in 26:56.17, Phoenix, Ariz.
Piero Taruffi, Italy, 1,080-kilo. Tour of Sicily, in 10:11.19.4, in a Ferrari, Palermo.
Bonnie Lassies, Brooklyn, N.Y., over St. Louis Simpkins, 77-54, Women's Natl. Basketball Assn title, Kansas City.
Ernie Bence, Fairleigh Dickinson College, Eastern Intercollegiate Bowling Congress championship, with 67.22 pts., New York.
Hans Friedrich, 10-round decision over Gene Thompson, heavyweights, Phoenix, Ariz.
Frankie Daniels, 10-round decision over Henry Taylor, light-heavyweights, Phoenix, Ariz.
Bobby Dykes, 10-round decision over Gus Rubicini, middleweights, Miami Beach.
Danny Giovanelli, 5-round TKO over Jimmy Martinez, middleweights, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Eduardo Lausse, 5-round KO over Gil Edwards, middleweights, Providence, R.I.
Chico Vejar, 10-round decision over Billy Graham, welterweights, Syracuse, N.Y.
Ralph Dupas, 10-round decision over Bobby Bickle, lightweights, New Orleans.
Paddy De Marco, 10-round split decision over Libby Manzo, lightweights, New York.
Don Jordan, 12-round split decision over Lauro Salas, for California lightweight title, Los Angeles.
Kenny Lane, 10-round decision over Armand Savoie, lightweights, Grand Rapids, Mich.
Jimmy Soo, 10-round decision over Charley Slaughter, lightweights, Trenton, N.J.
Peter Keenan, 15-round decision over Bobby Sinn, for British Empire bantamweight title, Sydney.
Ch. Frefax Royalist (English springer spaniel), best-in-show, Intl. Kennel Club, Chicago.