?Largest Share, Individual Players, Series?New York, N.L., $10,810, Cleveland, A.L., $6,457 (old record, New York, A.L., $8,230.63, Brooklyn, N.L., $6,178.42, 1953).
of Detroit set world weight lifting records for heavyweights with jerk of 418 pounds and combined lift (press, jerk and snatch) of 1,067 pounds during meet in Copenhagen.
?During same meet,
of Sacramento, Calif. set world light-heavyweight record of 379? pounds in jerk.
?George Byers Jr. of Columbus, Ohio drove Miss DeSoto to third world record in month for 7-liter speedboats. Latest mark, set at Elizabeth City, N.C.: 115.4 mph.
SURPRISES?In week's biggest upset, unranked
beat Notre Dame, nation's top team, 27-14. Hero of day: Len Dawson, 19-year-old Purdue quarterback, who threw four touchdown passes, kicked three extra points and intercepted pass by Ralph Guglielmi, Notre Dame quarterback.
pushed over two touchdowns in second quarter, then relied on defense to contain Halfbacks Mickey Bates and J. C. Caroline in defeating Illinois, 12-2.
?Army, apparently recovered from upset by South Carolina two weeks ago, held Michigan to 71 rushing yards, rolled up 263 of own to beat Wolverines, 26-7.
SQUEAKERS?Duke, 13-point favorite at opening kickoff, edged past Tennessee 7-6 on extra point by Jim Nelson, reserve guard.
preseason title threat in Big Ten, pushed over single touchdown while Michigan State, in throes of substitution mix-up, had only 10 men on field. Final score: Wisconsin 6, Michigan State 0.