, in first start since back injury forced him out of Miami Open last month, shot sparkling seven-under-par 65, won top money in $7,500 MacNaughton pro-amateur at Miami Beach.
, smooth-stroking Philadelphian who teamed with
to return Davis Cup to U.S., breezed to 6-3, 7-5, 8-6 victory over Lennart Bergelin of Sweden, won South Australian championship.
Eddie Moylan of Trenton, N.J., country's No. 7 player, outran, outshot tough Bernard Bartzen of San Angelo, Texas 10-8, 6-4, 6-3, took Dixie championship at Tampa, Fla.
G. Diehl Mateer Jr.
of Philadelphia, nation's top-ranking amateur, forced wiry Azam Khan of Pakistan into early errors, scored quick 15-9, 15-5, 15-10 victory in U.S. Open championship at New York. Mateer also edged Khan 11-15, 15-11, 13-15, 15-10, 15-10 in Canadian pro-amateur at Toronto.
, 26, Notre Dame football coach whose 1954 team posted 9-1 record, and
, 21, member of Davis Cup squad, Tulane University law student recently awarded Rhodes scholarship; picked among nation's 10 outstanding young men by U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce.
HONORED—John (Hi) Simmons, who coached University of Missouri to 1954 NCAA championship; named "College Baseball Coach of the Year" by American Association of College Baseball Coaches.
DIED —Dr. Edward Patrick Kilroe, 82, one-time officer of Metropolitan and Queens County Jockey Clubs; of cerebral hemorrhage, in New York. Dr. Kilroe's son, Frank E. (Jimmy), was recently named successor to late John B. Campbell as Jockey Club handicapper.
OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD