DIED?Maj. John L. Armstrong, 32; in exploding F-86 Sabrejet in which he was trying to break world 310-mile closed-course speed record (649.302 mph) he had set at National Aircraft Show two days earlier.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Gene Lock, Detroit, 100-m. natl. modified stock car championship, in 1:29.36, Detroit.
Pat O'Connor. North Vernon, Ind., 30-m. A.A.A. natl. sprint race, in 21:33.46, DuQuoin, Ill.
San Diego, Calif., over Gastonia. N C . 7-2, American Legion Jr. championship, Yakima, Wash.
Charlie Norkus, 10-round split decision over Cesar Brion, heavyweights. New York.
Charley Powell, 6-round TKO over Keene Simmons heavyweights. Oakland, Calif.
Rex Layne, 10-round decision over Chuck Woodworth, heavyweights, West Jordan.
Bob Satterfield, 7-round KO over Frankie Daniels, light heavyweights, New York.
Tiberio Mitri, 10-round decision over Les Allen, middleweights. Rome.
Art Aragon, 5-round TKO over Mario Trigo, welter-weights, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
Sandy Saddler, 1-round KO over Jackie Blair, featherweights (non-title), Caracas, Venezuela.
(North American championships, Washington, D.C.) DON STRINGER, Sudbury, Ont., one-man single blade.
Lou Lukanovich and John M. Morran. Sudbury, Ont., tandem kayak.
Bob Smith, Montreal, one-man kayak.
Tom Hodgson and William Stevenson, Toronto tandem singles.
Art Dierden. Paul Lambert, Gus Lamanita and Jack Haywakd, Toronto, 4-man singles.
Robert Cordner, Jack McKee, AL McCleary and ED Clark, Montreal, 4-man doubles.