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DIED?Ralph I. Sasse, 65, Army football coach 1929-1933; after long illness, in Rehoboth Beach, Del. Col. Sasse, 1910 West Point graduate, led four cadet teams to 30-9-4 record, also coached at Mississippi State 1935-1938.
DIED?George Waldron Elder, 61, commodore of International Star Class Yacht Racing Association; in Bellport, N.Y. Elder frequently conducted annual world's championships in U.S. and abroad as chairman of International Race Committee.
DIED?Mrs. William L. Hirst, noted horsewoman and fox hunter; after long illness, in Point Pleasant, N.J. Former Marian Holloway, she was first woman to ride over jumps in National Horse Show.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Bobby Dykes, 10-round decision over Ted Olla, middle-weights, New York.