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September 28, 1959
BASKETBALL—CHICAGO received franchise in National Basketball Assn. effective 1960-61 season, increasing league to nine teams.
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September 28, 1959

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Cleveland Browns 33, Chicago Bears 31, exhibition, Cleveland.

New York Giants 17, San Francisco 49ers 13, exhibition. Salt Lake City.

Chicago Cardinals 31, Baltimore Colts 17, exhibition, Louisville, Ky.

Green Bay Packers 13, Pittsburgh Steelers 10, exhibition, Minneapolis.

GOLF—MARTY FURGOL, Cog Hill, Ill., El Paso Open at El Paso, Texas, with 173 for 72 holes.

Julius Boros, Southern Pines, N.C., Dallas Open at Dallas, with 274 for 72 holes.

Marilynn Smith, Wichita, Kans., Memphis Open at Memphis, with 295 for 72 holes.

Kel Nagle, Australia, defeated former British Open Champion, Peter Thomson, for Australian PGA title, Sydney.

HARNESS RACING—JAMIN: $50,000 American Trolling championship, after Senator Frost, who beat Jamin by a neck, was disqualified for breaking stride 20 yards from home, Roosevelt Raceway Driver Jean Riaud.

HORSE RACING—HILLSDALE, surging from behind, won $59,200 Aqueduct Handicap on opining day by � length over Bald Eagle, in 1:36[2/5], for the mile, Tommy Barrow up.

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