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RETIRED?Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Wagner's six-year-old pacer Hi-Lo's Forbes, winner of 11 races in 17 starts including world-record mile in 1:58 3/5; of ankle injury similar to one which caused Native Dancer's retirement.
DIED?Capt. Edmund E. S. McDonald, 60, police officer and referee of over 12,000 boxing bouts including fights by Jim Braddock, Jack Dempsey and Lew Jenkins; in Brockton, Mass., after a long illness.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD
Manuel Ayulo, Burbank, Calif., 200-m. AAA big car race, in 2:04:39.661, with 96.24 mph avg. speed (new track record), Milwaukee.
Frank Mundy, Atlanta, 150-m. stock car race, in 2:00:2.5, with 74.9 mph avg. speed (new track record), Milwaukee.
Adolfe Verschueren, Belgium, motor-paced world championship, Pertal, Germany.
Guido Messina, Italy, world pro pursuit championship, Cologne, Germany.