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?Walter Holke, 61, National League first baseman 1914-1925; in St. Louis.
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
Ada Oilers, Houston, Tex., over Philippine All-Stars, 80-51, intl. tournament, Houston.
Al Stiller, Chicago, 114-m. race, in 5:14.20. st. Louis.
Bobby Dykes, 10-round decision over Ted Olla, middle-weights, New York.
Rocky Casillo, 8-round decision over Chuck Price, welterweights, Detroit.
Andrew Brown, 10-round split decision over Virgil Akins, welterweights, New Orleans.
Bill Bossio, 8-round split decision over Harry Smith, lightweights, Holyoke, Mass.
Johnny Gonsalves, 10-round decision over Babe Mathis, lightweights, Tucson, Ariz.
Ruben Smith, 10-round decision over Gil Cadilli, featherweights, Los Angeles.
Red Oak Caesar, owned by Martin Kellogg, W. Hartford, Conn., Clinton open shooting dog stake, Clinton, N.J.