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November 29, 1954
A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS
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November 29, 1954

Scoreboard

A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS

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SOCCER
Wolverhampton, Britain's top soccer team, scored all goals in second half to trounce Moscow Spartaks 4-0 at London.

HORSE RACING

Helioscope, William G. Helis Jr.'s top-flight three-year-old, splashed to easy four-length victory on muddy track in $50,000 Pimlico Special. Helioscope led most of way to win ninth 1954 race in 14 starts.

Joe Jones responded to typical Conn McCreary ride in $28,300 Sport Page Handicap, winning six-furlong race by length-and-half on closing day at Jamaica, N.Y.

HORSE SHOWS
Spain rode off with four victories, including International Team Challenge Trophy, in Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Horse Show at Toronto. Mexico won Capt. Michael G. Tubridy Memorial Trophy and U.S. and Germany each took one event.

FIELD TRIALS
Major VI, Mrs. Fraser M. Horn's six-year-old black Labrador which spent his early life retrieving empty beer cans in Long Island bar, won National Retriever championship at Weldon Spring, Mo., dethroning two-time winner King Buck.

SAILING
Harris (Harry) Whittemore of Middlebury, Conn, finished third in final race but won Western Hemisphere Snipe Regatta championship with 7,765 points at Havana.

GOLF
Arnold Palmer of Cleveland, 1954 U.S. Amateur champion, turned professional, following in footsteps of Billy Maxwell and Gene Littler, other former amateur winners. Palmer plans to make start as touring pro in Miami Open next month.

TENNIS
Rex Hartwig won unimpressive 6-3, 6-4, 8-6 victory over Mervyn Rose in final of New South Wales championship at Sydney. Earlier, Ken Rosewall and Lewis Hoad beat Hartwig and Rose 7-5, 8-6, 6-1, for doubles crown.

COURT TENNIS
Albert B. Johnson of New York, U.S. pro champion, defeated Alastair B. Martin of Glen Cove, L.I., seven sets to one, to win North American Open title, at New York. Johnson will meet English open champion in home-and-home series in April.

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