'N' SAVE, piloted by Chuck Hickling, won two heats, averaging 107.227, 88.524
mph, to win Apple Cup with 800 pts. when third heat was called off because of
heavy winds, Lake Chelan, Wash.
SPERSCHNEIDER, Baltimore, men's singles, with 473; BILL BURSEY, Washington,
D.C., men's all-events, with 1,301; Natl. Duckpin championships, Baltimore.
GIARDELLO, 10-ronnder over Holly Mims, middleweights, Washington, D.C.
Fort Worth, over Fred Hawkins, by four strokes in playoff after both tied for
first with 285, to win first tournament since 1953, Colonial Invitation, Fort
Haynie, 15-year-old from Austin, Texas, eased by defending champion Betty Jane
Carmack, 11 and 10, for Texas Public Links title at Mission, Texas, to become
first to win State Amateur and Public Links championships in same year.
Milwaukee, shot 210 for 54 holes to tie Ladies PGA record, won Howard Johnson's
Invitational, Southern Pines, N.C.
OBERT, NYAC, over brother Ruby, 15-21, 21-19, 21-16, to retain Natl. AAU
one-wall handball title, Brooklyn.
RACING—VERTEX: $85,750 Grey Lag H., 1? M., by � length over Big Effort, in
1:50, Jamaica. Sam Boulmetis up.
back to races for first lime since sixth-place finish at Santa Anita on New
Year's Day, was old heart-throbbing self as he made up 15 lengths to win
6-furlong, $7,500 Roy Campanella Purse by 1 length in 1:09[1/5] at Hollywood
Park. Don Pierce up.
MOTOR SPORTS—JACK BRABHAM, Australia, pushed Cooper at 66.67 mph avg. to win
Grand Prix of Monaco, first race for world title, at Monte Carlo.