DIED: EARL SANDE, 69, outstanding jockey, one of the brightest figures of the golden age of sports—the 1920s—and a member of Thoroughbred racing's Hall of Fame, in Jacksonville, Ore. An irascible man, Sande was a superb competitor. Weight problems forced him to retire in 1928, but two years later he returned to racing, won the Kentucky Derby for the third time and guided Gallant Fox to the Triple Crown. He retired again in 1932 and became a trainer but had only indifferent success. In 1953 at the age of 55, he came back once more, rode in 10 races (he won one) and then left the track for good.
DIED: ALBERT (DOLLY) STARK, 70, a National League umpire for 12 years, who was renowned for his hustle and dramatic gestures, in New York.