?Other preseason favorite, Los Angeles Rams, left many questions unanswered when they dropped home-town exhibition to
San Francisco 49ers
by score of 27 to 28.
WRAP-UP?Fergus Anderson of England took commanding lead for world 350 c.c motorcycle championship by winning Grand Prix of Nations at Monza, Italy. Winner's average speed over 93.95-mile course: 101.6 mph, record for event.
DIED?Glenn Scobey ("Pop") Warner, 83, football coach at eight colleges ( Iowa State, Georgia, Cornell, Carlisle, Pittsburgh, Stanford, Temple, San Jose State) from 1895 to 1940; of throat cancer at Palo Alto, Calif. Pop Warner began coaching in era of handle-bar mustache and flying wedge. His innovations?single-and double-wing backfield formations and unbalanced line?-played major part in transforming game to present pattern. Greatest years were at Pittsburgh, where teams won 29 consecutive games (1915-1918); at Stanford, where he sent three teams to Rose Bowl between 1924 and 1932; and at Carlisle where he coached and developed Jim Thorpe into nation's finest all-around athlete.
DIED?Hubert Hollaus, 21, world champion motorcycle racer in 125 c.c. class; of fractured skull suffered when cycle crashed during trials for Grand Prix of Nations at Monza, Italy.
DIED?Clay Smith, 39, chief mechanic for four Lincoln stock cars that swept their division in 1953 Pan-American road race; of injuries received when rival car blew tire and crashed into mechanics' pit where he was stationed during AAA race at Du Quoin, Ill.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Keith Andrews, Colorado Springs, Colo., 12?-m. Pike's Peak Climb, in 14:39.7 (record), Colorado Springs.
Marshall Teague, Daytona Beach, Fla., 200-m. stock car race, in 2:39.56.9, Milwaukee.
Hershal White, Indianapolis, 250-m. new stock car race, in 4:04, Detroit.
Bob Flock. Atlanta, 100-m. stock car race, in 1:41.36, Atlanta.