of Southport, Conn., driving Ferrari 375, won 124-mile race for cars over 1,500 cc, at March Air Force Base, Riverside, Calif.
, 1954 NASCAR Grand National Champion from Randleman, N.C., won 100-mile late-model stock-car race, driving 1954 Chrysler, at High Point, N.C.
Fast Delivery Belle, pointer bitch owned by Miss Murtis Carver of Durham, N.C., won national quail futurity, at Carbondale, Ill.
of Farmington, N.C. handled Fast Delivery Belle, which outscored 86 other dogs.
A. Soloviev won Moscow chess championship with score of 9?-4?, at Moscow. Tied behind champion were Konstantinopolski, Nikitin, Ravinsky and Vatnikov.
MARRIED?Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Liz) Person, horsewoman, owner of Llangollen Farm racing stable; to Richard Lunn at Washington, D.C.
, 60, Brown University football star (1915-1916) and first Negro named to Walter Camp's All-American Team (1916), now an artist's representative in New York; with membership in Football Hall of Fame, at Brown Stadium, Providence.
RETIRED?Jimmy Stout, 40, Lakewood, N.J. jockey; after 24-year career during which he booted home nearly 150 stakes winners including Johnstown in 1939 Kentucky Derby.
DIED?Lieut. Gen. Edward Felix Norton, 70, leader of 1924 Everest Expedition in which climbers A. C. Irvine and George Leigh-Mallory disappeared near summit; at Winchester, England.