Traffic Judge, Cliff Mooers's 3-year-old chestnut colt, was guided through packed field by able
, caught front-running long shot Selinsgrove in stretch, went on-to win $46,675 Ohio Derby by half-length at Thistle Down Park, Ohio.
Clear Dawn, unheralded Darby Dan Farm field horse who had won only one allowance race this year, got expert ride from Logan Batcheller, bided time until ready, then moved ahead to score astounding 2�-length victory in $39,800 New Castle Stakes at Delaware Park, Stanton, Del.
Paper Tiger, Mrs. Ethel D. Jacobs' 4-year-old son of Stymie, emulated famous father's feat in $28,300 Edgemere Handicap at Aqueduct, N.Y., roared up from last place to push head in front of Straight Face at wire, duplicated Stymie's time of 1:50 2/5 for mile-and-eighth in 1946 Edge-mere victory.
Determine, Andy Crevolin's spunky little gray, threw off four-race losing streak, outgamed Mister Gus and Alidon in driving finish, got nod from judges in photo finish to win $27,550 Inglewood Handicap at Hollywood Park, Calif.
Suzy Volterra's frisky Epsom Derby winner, turned on brilliant burst of speed at final turn, romped away from field to take $57,000 Grand Prix de Paris, Europe's richest race for 3-year-olds, in record-breaking 3:08.32 for 1 7/8 miles before 100,000 at historic Longchamp.
of Phoenix, Ariz, streaked around Langhorne, Pa. track in 1:02:40.71, edged Indianapolis 500 winner Bob Sweikert by 10 seconds to win second straight AAA 100-mile national championship, pocketed $10,000 first-place prize money
Tom Carstens of Tacoma, Wash, powered his Allard up Maryhill Loops Hill in 2:35.04 for 2� mile 26-turn course, took over-all title in Yakima Valley Sports Car Club Hill Climb at Goldendale Wash.
Charles Dennehy, U.S. equestrian team star, swept four titles, rode Black Watch to victory in grand jumper championship in Detroit Horse Show at suburban Bloom-field Hills, Mich
, fearless Detroit driver, zoomed
Joe Schoenith's Gale IV at average speed of 93.729 mph to win first heat despite spectacular five-boat crash, took second race with slightly lower speed, trailed sister boat Gale V across line in final heat, posted 1,025 points for victory in unlimited class of Detroit Memorial speed boat regatta. Lloyd Maddock, 51, of Pontiac, Mich, died after his Holiday collided with Harry Vogel's Little Audrey in 135-cubic-inch class race.