HONORED?Macdonald Smith, Scottish-born golfer who died in 1949; elected to P.G.A. "Golf Hall of Fame," at Chicago.
DIED?Joe Platak, 45, nine-time winner of National A.A.U. four-wall handball singles championship from 1935 to 1945; of coronary thrombosis, at Montebello, Calif.
DIED?James W. (Jake) Driscoll, 54, former Boston College track star; at Boston. Driscoll set world record of :59[1/5] for-500 yards in 1920, won National Intercollegiate and A.A.U. quarter-mile championships in 1922, was later elected to Track Hall of Fame.
DIED?Billy Haack, 76, boxing promoter and referee, who claimed to have officiated at more than 10,000 fights; of heart ailment, at Memphis.
DIED?Gallant Fox, 27, triple-crown winner in 1930, first of three Kentucky Derby champions sired by Sir Galahad III; at Paris, Ky. Gallant Fox was retired to stud after only two seasons of racing.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Jimmy Dryan, Phoenix, Ariz., 100-m. AAA Bobby Ball Memorial big-car race, in 1:06:34.66, Phoenix.
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Bob Satterfield, 1-round KO over Johnny Holman, heavyweights, Chicago.
Gerhard Hecht, 10-round decision over Yvon Durelle, light heavyweights, Berlin.
Hector Constance, 10-round split decision over Ralph ( Tiger) Jones, middleweights, New York.
Kenny Lane, 10-round split decision over Orlando Zulueta, lightweights, New York.
Bobby Woods, 7-round TKO over Armando Lopez, lightweights, Miami Beach.