RETIRED: TULLOCH, 7, greatest stake winner in Australian turf history, after winning his 36th victory in 53 starts, to stud, where his stud fee will be $1.181.
DIED: JAMES MANNING, 70, rowing coach who led the Vesper Boat Club of Philadelphia to three national and four senior eight titles, of a heart attack, in the Penn AC boat house in Philadelphia.
DIED: BEN JONES, 78, America's top Thoroughbred trainer who from 1939 worked under the devil's red and blue colors of Calumet Farm, in Lexington, Ky. (see page 6). Jones trained six Kentucky Derby winners: Lawrin in 1938 (for Woolford Farm), Whirlaway in 1941, Pensive in 1944, Citation in 1948. Ponder in 1949 and Hill Gail in 1952, as well as Twilight Tear and Armed, both Horses of the Year.