Stewart B. Iglehart of Delray Beach, Fla.,
of San Antonio,
of Beverly Hills, Calif. were rated at 10 goals for 1955 by U.S. Polo Association.
Trentonian, Calumet Farms' son of Bull Lea, in first start since Oct. 23, caught Jean's Joe and Beau Busher 100 yards from finish to win by half-length in Golden Gate Futurity at Golden Gate Fields, Albany, Calif.
Red Sails, H.T. King's 6-year-old son of The Abbott, died at Castleton Farm, Lexington, Ky. shortly after being voted aged pacer of 1954.
Maurice (Rocket) Richard, colorful
Montreal Canadiens' right wing, scored 400th goal of career, set off wild demonstration by teammates and fans, in team's 4-2 win over Chicago Black Hawks. High-flying
Detroit Red Wings
beat Boston Bruins, 4-1, for seventh straight without loss, moved within three points of league-leading Montreal.
Toronto Maple Leafs
won twice, scored eight goals against Chicago Black Hawks.
DIED?Frederick C. Miller, 48, Notre Dame football captain in 1928, prominent brewer, sportsman and civic and industrial leader; in crash of his own plane at Milwaukee. Miller's son, Frederick Jr., 21, Pilot Joseph Laird, Co-pilot Paul Laird were killed in same crash (see page 45).
DIED?Einar Nielsen, 73, University of Utah athletic trainer since 1914; at Salt Lake City. Utah honored Nielsen by naming field house for him.
DIED?Eugene du Pont, 81, big game hunter, philanthropist, director of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Co.; at Wilmington, Del.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD