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? UCLA , Pacific Coast champion last season, routed hopelessly inferior team from San Diego Naval Training Station 67-0 in opening game at Los Angeles. Score was highest ever registered by UCLA football team.
NEW LOOK? Washington and Lee, which dropped football last July after players were named in cribbing scandal, announced return to football on "amateur basis" in 1955.
SHUTOUT?Karl Kling of Germany, driving Mercedes-Benz Silver Arrow, won Berlin Grand Prix with time of 2:19:59.8 for 313-mile race. Runners-up: Juan Manuel Fangio, world-champion driver for 1954, and Hans Hermann of Stuttgart?both driving Mercedes.
REPEATER? Phil Walters of Green Farms, Conn, pushed his Cunningham to average speed of 83.3 mph over rain-slick course to win Watkins Glen, N.Y. Grand Prix with time of 1:12:43.6. Walters, who won with Cunningham in 1951, thus became first repeater since race was inaugurated in 1948. Runner-up in 101.2-mile test: Gentleman Jim Kimberly of Chicago, driving a Ferrari.
RUNAWAY? Jimmy Bryan of Phoenix, Ariz. won A.A.A. big-car race at Indianapolis State Fairgrounds by averaging 84.65 mph over 100-mile grind. Bryan, who had already clinched 1954 big-car championship, added 200 points to season's total, now has impressive score of 2030.
ODDS AGAINST?Foxcatcher Farm's Chevation, 13-1 going from gate, scored 10-length victory over Kope's Baby of Bohemia Stables in Discovery Handicap at Aqueduct. Next day Parle, Foxcatcher 5-1 shot, covered mile-and-furlong in 1:49 4/5 (fastest in 15-year history of race) to win Aqueduct's $64,100 Beldame Handicap.