middleweight champion making first start since suffering KO at hands of Light
Heavyweight Champion Archie Moore, took unanimous 10-rounder from Jimmy
Martinez at Portland, Ore.
plodding St. Louis welter with supposed bang-bang punch, caught plenty of
bang-bangs from Cuba's shifty Isaac Logart, yet won surprising split decision
in 10-rounder at New York. Crowd booed, Logart's manager screamed: "I ask
the commissioner to see the scorecards, and he won't show them to me."
Baton Rouge, La., drubbed Herbie Flam of Beverly Hills, Calif. 6-4, 6-2, 6-2,
won Newport, R.I. Invitation title for second straight year. Richardson and Vic
Seixas took doubles title with 3-6, 6-1, 6-4 win over Japan's Kosei Kamo and
right to meet U.S. for Davis Cup by beating Italy in interzone final. In other
women beat Britain for Wightman Cup.
Supple, Hal Price
Hadley's 2-year-old chestnut filly, took lead in stretch, beat off last-minute
challenge by favored Guard Rail, won six-furlong $96,880 Princess Pat Stakes by
3/4 length at Washington Park, Homewood, Ill. Gloated
, jockey up
on 18-1 longshot: "When the starter said 'Go'—I went."
D. & H.
Stable's 2-year-old colt, Needles, came on fast, scored two-length victory in
$37,850 Sapling Stakes at Monmouth Park, Oceanport, N.J.
Jet Action, Main
Chance Farm's 4-year-old, lived up to former promise, won easy victory in
$28,600 Olympic Handicap at Atlantic City, N.J.
4-year-old Irish import at home on turf, captured $28,550 Grassland Handicap at