of Stockton, Calif, was named 1954 champion of sportsman division of National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing at Daytona Beach, Fla. Graves won 53 races, was runner-up 14 times.
, by New York Football Writers Association; on 25th anniversary as Columbia University football coach, at New York.
DIED?Robert E. Harlow, 65, well-known golf authority and publisher of Golf World, former sportswriter and manager of pro golfers; of heart attack, at Pinehurst, N.C. Harlow arranged match in which Hagen beat Bobby Jones in Sarasota, Fla. in 1926.
DIED?George Bothner, 87, onetime world lightweight wrestling champion (1907); at New York. Although he never weighed more than 140 pounds, Bothner once defeated Tom Jenkins, world heavyweight titleholder, in handicap match.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
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Lee Lerner, Milwaukee, Natl. Amateur invitational 3-cushion billiards title, with 390 pts., Chicago.
Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson, 6-round TKO over Keene Simmons, heavyweights, Providence, R.I.
Rex Layne, 7-round disqualification over Bill Boatsman, heavyweights, Salt Lake City.
Gene Fullmer, 10-round decision over Peter Mueller, middleweights, New York.
Gil Turner, 8-round TKO over Charley Scott, welterweights,
Joe Miceli and Bob Stecher, 10-round draw, welterweights,
Chico Varona, 10-round decision over Charley Salas, welterweights, Havana.
Wallace (Bud) Smith, 9-round K0 over Arthur Persley, lightweights, Miami.