California defeated Florida six matches to one in finals of U.S. girls'
inter-sectional championships at Philadelphia, lost only one match out of 28
against Texas, New England, Middle States and Florida.
over Canada 11-1 in the Gordon Trophy for seniors at Lake Placid.
FRED SCHAUS, 35, University of West Virginia basketball coach, as head coach of
the Los Angeles Lakers of National Basketball Association. Schaus had a
six-year record at West Virginia of 164 victories and only 37 defeats. He won
the Southern Conference championship all six years, in 1959 reached the NCAA
finals but lost to California.
MCCARTAN, 25, star goalie of the U.S. hockey team that won a gold medal in last
winter's Olympics at Squaw Valley, with the New York Rangers. McCartan, a
University of Minnesota graduate, played four games with the Rangers at the end
of last season, held the opposition to seven points.
CLARKE, 87, oldest member of baseball's Hall of Fame and former playing manager
of the Pittsburgh Pirates, after a prolonged illness, at Winfield, Kans. Clarke
played for 22 years in the majors, had a lifetime batting average of .315, as
playing manager guided the Pirates to league pennants in 1901, 1902, 1903 and
1909, when they won the World Series from Detroit.