, 22-year-old unbeaten Bronx lightweight, won 15th professional fight with easy 10-round decision over Henry Davis of Hawaii, at Brooklyn.
, seventh-ranked Boston welterweight, floored Pat Manzi of Syracuse three times in opening round to win on TKO, at Boston.
Fisherman, C. V. Whitney's three-year-old colt, won $65,000 Washington, D.C. International race, at Laurel, Md. Running on soft grass track, Fisherman beat top European horses including
Queen Elizabeth's Landau, which finished last.
rode winner, which earned $50,000 and was last-minute substitute for injured High Gun.
Jet Action, owned by Maine Chance Farm and ridden by Willie Hartack, outgalloped favored Helioscope to win $58,200 Roamer Handicap, at Jamaica, N.Y.
Thinking Cap, 11-1 shot owned by Christiana Stable, beat 10 other two-year-olds to capture $65,240 Pimlico Futurity, at Baltimore.
Rising Fast, New Zealand gelding, won 15,500-pound ($34,720) Melbourne Cup, Australia's richest horse race, at Melbourne.
Whippy, owned by Robert Sterling Clark of Upperville, Va., won Midland Cambridgeshire, at Birmingham, Eng. Whippy earned $1,923, boosting Clark's winnings for year to $111,252.40, second only to Queen Elizabeth, whose horses have won $115,400.
Masaka, nine-year-old brood mare owned by
, was sold for $105,000, record price paid for brood mare at American auction, at Keeneland, Ky.
held first place by narrow margin over Detroit Red Wings. High-scoring Canadiens racked up 44 goals in first 13 games; closest rival for scoring honors, Red Wings, had only 34 goals for same number of games.