MILEPOSTS—CONFIRMED: FLOYD PATTERSON-TOM MCNEELEY Dec. 4 heavyweight title bout at Toronto. Meanwhile, heavyweight Sonny Liston, reinstated by the Pennsylvania State Athletic Commission, signed to meet Germany's Albert Westphal on the same night, in Philadelphia. Tele-PrompTer will probably televise both fights as a closed-circuit double-feature.
DIED: GEORGE BREWSTER CHADWICK, 81-year-old retired schoolteacher, who was twice (1900 and 1902) named to Walter Camp's All-America team, in Old Lyme, Conn. "The phantom line cleaver," as Brewster is described by Allison Danzig in his book, The History of American Football, played halfback on the undefeated Yale teams of 1900 and 1902 and was captain in his senior year.
DIED: BERNARD DARWIN, 85, for 39 years golf correspondent of The London limes and considered one of the sport's most knowledgeable writers, in London. The grandson of naturalist Charles Darwin, he was himself a fine player, twice gained the semifinals of the British Amateur Golf Championship and was the captain of the first British Walker Cup team in 1922.