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MONEY MEN?PGA listed leading 1954 money winners: Bob Toski, $65,891; Jack Burke Jr., $20,213; Marty Furgol, $19,909; Jerry Barber, $18,885; Cary Middlecoff, $17,593.
ABROAD?South Africa's Bobby Locke finished with 291 to win Dunlop Masters Professional Golf Tournament at Sandwich, Eng.
?Shirley Dommers of Savanna, Ill. won Italy's amateur golf title, beating W. Gosa of Italy 3 and 2 in final round at Como.
FUTURITY?Belair Stud's Nashua, 13-20 favorite, Eddie Arcaro up, beat Summer Tan by head to win Belmont Futurity. Win gave 80-year-old trainer Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons first victory in Futurity, earned Belair Stud $88,015, made Nashua leading candidate for two-year-old of year.
?Earlier same afternoon at Belmont, King Ranch's High Gun won mile and half Manhattan Handicap with Arcaro up.
UPS AND DOWNS?Willie Hartack, sensational New Jersey jockey, got set down for 10 days for careless riding at Atlantic City.
HARNESS?Charles Provost's "unsound" three-year-old trotter, Harlan, won $64,410 Kentucky Futurity in two straight heats.
ABROAD?Georges Wildenstein's Beau Prince II won France's top race for two-year-olds, the Grand Criterium, at Long-champ track. Beau Prince II's victory was worth $17,150.