MANASSA MAULER: $25,000 Valley Forge H., 1 m. 70 yds., by 2� lengths over Yes You Will, in 1:42 4/5, Garden State. Bill Boland up.
RICACHO: Virginia Gold Cup, 4 m. (over 22 jumps), by 1� lengths over Mainstay, in 8:29, Warrenton, Va. Joe Aitchenson Jr. up.
INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SPORTS—HANS HERRMANN and JOACHIM BONNIER averaged 59.5 mph in German Porsche, won 450-mile Targa Florio race in 7:33.8, Palermo, Sicily.
LACROSSE—ARMY, led by Bob Miser's five goals and four assists, trimmed Maryland 17-6, remained unbeaten in college competition, West Point, N.Y.
Mt. Washington, over Rutgers, 15-8, for 18th straight, Baltimore.
POLO—SAN ANTONIO, over Dallas, 12-6, for Southwestern Intra-Circuit title and place in next summer's national 12-goal tournament, San Antonio, Texas.
SOCCER—BURNLEY, over Manchester City, 2-1, in final game to win English Soccer League title with 55 points, London. Burnley will represent England in International Soccer League, which begins play in New York and Jersey City May 25.
Wolverhampton Wanderers, over Blackburn Rovers, 3-0, for Football Association Cup before 100,000 at London's Wembley Stadium (see page 28).
TRACK & FIELD—MAX TRUEX, sturdy little Californian, stepped off 5,000 meters in 14:03.6 to break own U.S. record; Buddy Edelen, San Francisco Olympic Club, broke American mark for 10,000 meters with 29:58.8, San Jose All Comers Meet, Sunnyvale, Calif.
Larry Shoemaker, Ted Nelson, Darvis Gormier and R. E. Merritt, Andrews ( Texas) H.S., raced 440-yard relay in 41.5, broke U.S. interscholastic record for second time in month, Austin, Texas.