games in their 16-game tour of Japan, the SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS led seven games
to three with one tie. In the eighth game the Giants grabbed a 7-0 lead, only
to lose it when the Japanese All-Stars struck back with seven runs before the
game was called in the 10th inning. San Francisco won the ninth, 10th and 11th
games, beating the Osaka Giants 4-2 and the All-Stars twice, 9-1 in their most
decisive victory of the tour and 7-2.
PHILADELPHIA WARRIORS continued to romp at the head of the National Basketball
Association. In a game against Cincinnati the Warriors overpowered the Royals
131-113, held an ankle-bruised Oscar Robertson to 14 points. In the first of
two games against Detroit the Warriors came from behind with a last-period rush
of 44 points to win 136-121. WILT CHAMBERLAIN, though he missed all 10 of his
free throws, turned in his best performance of the season, with 44 points. In
the second game Chamberlain scored 32 points to lead Philadelphia to a 130-123
victory and their sixth straight win without a loss. PHILADELPHIA, leader in
NBA Eastern Division standings; ST. LOUIS, leader in Western Division.
CALDERWOOD of Scotland, Britain's unbeaten light-heavyweight champion, floored
Rolf Peters of Germany three times for a four-round TKO, at Paisley, Scotland.
Calderwood also won ringside praise from aging champion Archie Moore. "Man,
I was impressed," said Archie. "That boy can really punch."
after trailing Heavyweight Ray Lopez of Cuba on all three cards at the end of
the fifth round, ended the fight with a six-round KO, at New York.
Marcel Pigou of
Paris won a 10-round split decision over veteran Ralph ( Tiger) Jones,
middleweights, at Boston.
behind a steady stream of lefts, won a seven-round TKO over Canadian
Welterweight Champion Gale Kerwin, at New Orleans.
of Germany, 10-round decision over Frankie Daniels of Bakersfield, Calif.,
light heavyweights, Dortmund, Germany.
Williams, four-round KO over George Moore, heavyweights, Houston.
rounds at the Chess Olympics at Leipzig, East Germany, Russia pulled ahead of
the U.S. 24 points to 20�. In the fifth round Bobby Fischer, U.S. champion,
held World Champion Mikhail Tal of Russia to a 21-move draw.
RECORD ($7.50) took the second leg of the $50,000 World Championship trot for
4-year-olds at Yonkers by 1� lengths over Hickory Pride, won the two-race
championship by one point over France's Mick d'Angerieux, who won the first
heat a week earlier. Driven by George Sholty, the brown mare, usually a slow
starter, stayed close to the leaders in the eight-horse field, pulled away from
Hickory Pride with a quarter mile to go and finished the 1� miles in 2:35. Air
Record was third in the first heat for a total of 8 points, while Mick
d'Angerieux was fourth in the second heat for a total of 7 points.